Young full back Lee Brown has emerged as an exciting prospect from the QPR youth system in recent years and was rewarded with a one year deal at QPR in 2009.
He, along with several youngsters were given the opportunity to train with the first team in the latter part of the 2008-09 season, after impressing in the reserves.
The left back played an important role in QPR's pre-season of 2009-10 and was subsequently given his first squad number in light of the lack of full backs at the club.
Brown, along with fellow defender Joe Oastler, was loaned out to Blue Square Premier side Salisbury City. His stay there was curtailed due to Salisbury being unable to renew their loan deals.
He then joined Hayes and Yeading on loan until the end of the 2010-11 campaign. He was released in the summer of 2011 before joining Bristol Rovers on a permanent deal.
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