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Queens Park Rangers defender Zesh Rehman may make his loan deal for Bradford City permanent according to boss Stuart McCall.

Pakistan international Zesh Rehman embarked on his second loan spell of the season at Valley Parade after failing to impress in the Championship for Blackpool.

The Bantams have recently secured the future of manager Stuart McCall after severe budget cuts forced him to consider his position with the League Two outfit.

He told the Bradford Telegraph that he is doing "everything in his power" to bring Zesh and his fellow loan players on board on a permanent basis.

"Zesh and Clarkey (Matt Clarke) did well as a pair on Saturday. Sometimes facts can blind you but in the four games Zesh played down the middle, we only conceded one goal.

"It`s value for money we`re looking for and Zesh has shown he can fill the position for us."


Rehman has proven himself versatile to the Bradford faithful being able to play at both full back and at the heart of the defence, with the latter successed epitomised by the given example by McCall.

Zesh has always expressed a desire to play regular football and has become a role model for young Asian footballers having skippered Pakistan and spearheaded several initiatives to recognise Asian talent.

Should he make the permanent switch it will be the third club of his career after moving from Fulham to Queens Park Rangers under Gary Waddock in 2006. He has also had loan spells at Brighton & Hove Albion, Norwich City and Blackpool.

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Wednesday May 6 2009
Time: 4:24PM

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I hope he gets a permanent move - he's a hard worker and a true professional, just not good enough at Championship level.
Boxer
06/05/2009 16:47:00
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I hope he gets a permanent move - he's a hard worker and a true professional, just not good enough at Championship level.
Boxer
06/05/2009 16:47:00
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Isn't he a free agent now?
sandydl
06/05/2009 17:30:00
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Isn't he a free agent now?
sandydl
06/05/2009 17:30:00
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he was good for us under LDC but not good enough for us now .. i wish him the best
LeeCookFan
06/05/2009 18:26:00
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he was good for us under LDC but not good enough for us now .. i wish him the best
LeeCookFan
06/05/2009 18:26:00
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I think he was more barable under LDC, certainly don't think he was much of an improvment. Away at Scunthorpe, Akos was banging them in one end, and he was part of the unit that shipped them at the other
Boxer
06/05/2009 21:33:00
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I think he was more barable under LDC, certainly don't think he was much of an improvment. Away at Scunthorpe, Akos was banging them in one end, and he was part of the unit that shipped them at the other
Boxer
06/05/2009 21:33:00
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He did try, but the fact of the matter is that he's not a very good footballer
Guttermouth
07/05/2009 10:51:00
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He did try, but the fact of the matter is that he's not a very good footballer
Guttermouth
07/05/2009 10:51:00
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