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Friday, January 29, 2010

Hall leaves R's on loan as Ikeme loan is extended.

This morning it has been announced that Fitz Hall has left the club on loan until 31st May with his destination being Newcastle United.


Hall joined Rangers in January 2008 and made his debut against Chelsea in the FA Cup tie at Stamford Bridge and has gone on to make 54 appearances and scored 2 goals, both of which came against Barnsley at the beginning of last season.

The 6ft 4ins centre-back started his playing career with non-league Barnet before joining Chesham United.

There he came to the attention of Oldham Athletic manager, and former Magpie coach, Iain Dowie who took the Londoner to Boundary Park in 2002.

A brief stay at Southampton followed before rejoining Dowie at Crystal Palace.

There, alongside Routledge, Hall and The Eagles were relegated from the Premier League during their first season back in the top flight.

In 2006, though, Hall returned to England's top division when he was snapped up by Wigan for a £3m fee. He then Joined Rangers in January 2008.

I'd like to wish Fitz all the best during his time at Newcastle.

Carl Ikeme has extended his loan spell at the R's until the 6th April.


The Wolves custodian has been at Rangers' for the past month and has played in the last two fixtures, conceding 7 goals in the process.
Ikeme played a bit part at the end of last season as Wolves clinched promotion to the Premiership.

Mick Harford told the Official QPR website "Carl has trained ever so well since he's been here. He's a good size and has a great presence, which helps to take the pressure off the back four a little bit. We want players who want to play for this Football Club."


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