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Camp Leaves Rangers

Lee Camp has signed for Nottingham Forest on loan until January.

The R`s stopper who was on the bench for the R`s against Forest on Saturday moves to the City Ground in search of first team football.

He will battle it out with Paul Smith for the number 1 jersey at Forest.

Camp`s future has remained in doubt at Loftus Road ever since the R`s swooped for former Tottenham Hotspur keeper Radek Cerny in the summer. Since then Lee has found the going tough, with only a solitary League Cup appearance against Swindon Town to his name.

Taking a pay cut to sign for the R`s at the start of last season, Camp was a stalwart in John Gregory`s side that firstly avoided relegation, then flourished under the reign of Luigi De Canio - notably saving Paul Gallagher`s penalty away at Preston North End in a priceless 0-0 draw.

The England Under 21 international played in the first game at the new Wembley against Italy Under 21`s - he makes way providing an opportunity for Jake Cole or Reece Crowther to take to the bench on Tuesday night.

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Date:Monday October 20 2008

Time: 7:53AM

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Everyone saw it coming. Paladini did say if we let him go we will bring in someone else. My question is who is coming in?
LeeCookFan
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20/10/2008 10:37:00

Will we now be finalising that deal for Fulop, I wonder?
sandydl
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20/10/2008 11:07:00

We have a call-back option - So I would imagine there is not immediate deal on the table
Boxer
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20/10/2008 18:04:00

 

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