TORONTO -- Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp will reportedly hold talks with Ryan Nelsen next week in a bid to delay the New Zealand defender from taking up his new role as head coach of Toronto FC. Nike Free Run 3 Damen Schwarz. Redknapp wants to keep Nelsen playing -- and helping the London side climb out of the Premier League relegation zone. Nelsen is under contact with QPR through June 30. The MLS season kicks off March 2, with training camp slated to open later this month. The Guardian newspaper reports that Redknapp wants to hang onto to Nelsen until his teams fate is decided. QPR (2-12-7) is currently last in the Premier League standings. The 35-year-old Nelsen has been one of QPRs most effective defenders this season. He has made 18 league appearances, most recently playing 71 minutes in last Saturdays 1-1 tie with West Bromwich Albion. QPR play Tottenham, Redknapps former club, this weekend. Toronto FC unveiled Nelsen as its new manager on Tuesday at BMO Field, acknowledging it was unsure when he would be free of his QPR obligations. Toronto president and GM Kevin Payne said he was willing to wait with newly appointed assistant coach Fran OLeary on standby to lead the team in Nelsens absence. Toronto season ticket-holders, meanwhile, got an email from Nelsen on Thursday about his plans for the struggling MLS team. "Going forward our team will match the passion and dedication of our fans each and every day," the New Zealander said. "TFC will become a fiercely competitive team and BMO Field will be one of the most difficult places to play in the league. TFC will never give up. This is how our team will be built." "Id like to thank you for your continued support of Toronto FC," he added. "The Red Thread binds us together, and together we will be successful." Adding to Redknapps problems is that QPR has been rebuffed in a five-million-pound bid for West Broms Swedish defender Jonas Olsson. "A bid came in from QPR for Jonas," West Brom manager Steve Clarke is quoted on the club website. "We turned it down flat and we dont encourage anymore bids because hes not for sale." Redknapp is reportedly also interested in veteran Spurs defender William Gallas. Nike Free Run Damen Blau. Jonas Andersson had four goals in a game for Atlant in the Kontinental Hockey League last week - and the next day he was traded. Nike Free Damen 3.0. According to The Ottawa Citizen, Senators defenceman Chris Phillips has filed a $7. http://www.damennikefree.eu/.C. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. Nike Free Run Damen Schwarz. -- Kendrys Morales had already considered the wave of emotions he might feel when he stepped to the plate for the Los Angeles Angels for the first time in nearly two years. Nike Free Damen 4.0. -- A win is a win to the Trail Blazers.The Winnipeg Jets (6-8-1) continue a five-game road trip in Raleigh, North Carolina tonight against the Hurricanes (8-5-1). Carolina leads the NHLs Southeast Division with 17 points, and sit four points ahead of third-place Winnipeg. Captain Andrew Ladd is playing his 500th NHL game tonight. TSN 1290s Shane Hnidy spoke with Ladd this morning at the pregame skate and that feature interview can be heard during the pregame show with Rick Ralph starting at 5pm ct. Ladds first NHL game was here in Raleigh with the Hurricanes November 20, 2005 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Coming off a 29-save performance Tuesday in Buffalo, which was his 200th career NHL game, Ondrej Pavelec will start his fifth consecutive game in goal for the Jets. Evander Kane is on a four-game point streak (one goal and three assists). Projected Jets Lines:Ladd-Little-Wheeler Kane-Burmistrov-Antropov Tangradi-Jokinen-Wellwood Wright-Slater-Thorburn Hainsey-Byfuglien Postma-Bogosian Stuart-Clitsoome The Jets will be without defenseman Zach Redmond, who suffered a cut leg during the pregame skate. Nike Free Damen Günstig. He is currently in hospital. The Hurricanes are coming off a game in which they were shut out for the first time this season, 3-0 in Montreal. Carolina will be without Jeff Skinner, Tuomo Ruutu, Tim Gleason and Tim Brent due to injury. Defenceman Ryan Murphy has been recalled on emergency basis from Kitcher (OHL) and will play his first NHL game tonight wearing jersey #7. He was the Hurricanes 12th overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft. The Hurricanes are averaging an NHL high 33.8 shots on goal per game. Projected Hurricanes Lines: Tlusty-E.Staal-SeminBowman-J.Staal-DwyerNodl-Jokinen-WallaceLaRose-Nash-Westgarth Faulk-CorvoHarrison-MurphySanguinetti-Jordan Cam Ward starts in goal. Following tonights game, the Jets fly to Philadelphia in preparation for Saturdays matinee game against the Flyers (12:00pm on TSN 1290/TSN Jets). ' ' '