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Nottingham Forest Sign Lee Camp

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The transfer saga of the season is finally due to reach a conclusion as Lee Camp has a medical with Nottingham Forest.

It has been over half a year in the making but the former Derby County stopper is poised to switch to the City Ground after QPR confirmed he is undergoing a medical with the reds.

The 24-year-old stopper had been on loan with Forest for a period last season before the unveiling of former Rams manager Billy Davies. Although the two haven't seen eye to eye in the past Davies was keen to add Lee to his squad.

Today that came to fruition after the keeper agreed personal terms with Forest with the deal due to go through in the next 24 hours pending a medical.

Although the club is yet to express its thanks to the goalkeeper, Vital QPR would like to place on record its thanks to Lee for his service, most notably during a difficult period under John Gregory where he helped the R`s secure their Championship safety.

Thank you and good luck Lee.



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Date:Thursday July 2 2009

Time: 3:17PM

Your Comments

Too right, try and put the memories of the post-Forest match interview aside, he was a good keeper for us and helped the club both gain promotion and subsequently avoid relegation. Cheers Lee, and good luck at the Forest.
Guttermouth
Interesting that the club recognised Damo's contribution, but it was as curt as you like with Camp's statement.
Boxer
That's a useful squad member gone. With Jake's departure we are going to have to strengthen that area too, as well as full-backs and strikers.
kiwi park ranger
I'm suprised you are so inactive in teh transfer market..is Blackstock leaving too?
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