Young Duo Depart On Loan
BRUNO Andrade and Troy Hewitt have been loaned out to Football League clubs
Live-wire wide-man Andrade has taken his event exploits into the first team set-up of late, With the 17-year-old making four appearances in sum.
He most recently stood out in Rangers home reversal against Rochdale in the Carling Cup, making him unfortunately ineligible for his new side's bumper cup clash.
The Portuguese-born winger has penned a loan deal with League Two Aldershot Town, who will face Manchester United in late October.
Manager and former Wimbledon forward Dean Holdsworth said: 'Bruno is a quick and exciting talent and is eager to come and play for Aldershot Town, too. Hopefully, he will give us another spark to the squad. We have a lot of matches coming up in the next month and it is important that we are prepared for them'
Bruno told the BBC: 'I'm here to learn and I want to thank the gaffer for bringing me here and giving me the chance to play first team football'
Troy Hewitt meanwhile will join Andrade and fellow youngster Michael Doughty in League Two, penning a deal with Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Ilford-born striker has had limited opportunities in W12 following his move from non-league Harrow Borough.
One man who was monitoring the front-man was Dagenham boss John Still, who as a long-term admirer was glad to capture Hewitt.
He said: 'He's a young boy who we looked at when he was at Harrow Borough. He went to Queens Park Rangers but we've kept our eye on the situation.'
Hewitt looks likely to feature in the Daggers' match against Crewe Alexandra tomorrow