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Romone ROSE

D.O.B.

19-01-90

Birthplace

Reading

Position

Winger, Striker

Signed

YTS

Former Clubs

AFC Wimbledon (L)

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Romone has come through the Rangers youth ranks and wowed the coaches with his talent at such a tender age. The youngster born in Reading helped the Rangers Under 18`s take the title by 7 points over nearest rivals Gillingham. The 42 point total was helped along by Romone`s goals.

Manager of AFC Wimbledon, Terry Brown, saw enough in young forward Rose to take him on loan, and in 14 appearances for the Dons, Romone scored 4 goals. In his short spell at Kingsmeadow Brown saw enough to want to sign the young R`s forward and they were believed to be preparing a bid for Rose.

Romone made his debut for the R`s on the final game of the 2007/08 season as the R`s fell at home to Champions West Bromwich Albion, 2-0, as he came on as a late substitute on the left-flank.

Further loan spells for the youngster came at Histon, before returning to Loftus Road for a couple of appearances under Paulo Sousa.

During the 2009-10 season he was loaned out to Northampton Town, but after one appearance switched allegiances to Cheltenham Town.

Another solitary appearance under Martin Allen saw him return to Loftus Road at his own request. He was eventually released in 2011.

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