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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Andrew Howell: Two Years Ago Made the Squad Play Sheffield United...Now off to Wealdstone

As QPR prepared to play Sheffield United, QPR announced yesterday that QPR's nearly 19-year old defender, Andrew Howell has joined Wealdstone on loan (a club where a number of QPR players have gone on loan: Most recently Sean Thomas)
Two years ago this week, QPR were also set to play Sheffield United, and then 16-year old, Andrew Howell was in the squad for the first time. (Howell ended up not being in the team or on the bench. Match Reports of Sheffield United 2 QPR 3

QPR OFFICIAL SITE - February 23, 200616 Year old Defender, Andrew Howell in the Squad
Sixteen year old left back Andrew Howell has been called up to the first team squad to face Sheffield United. Head of Youth Joe Gallen said: "Andrew had the choice to either join the Commandos or QPR - I'm so glad he picked us. He has been doing very well and has been rewarded for his hard work. "He is as hard as nails as a footballer and I'm sure he'll be able to cope with the step up."
In other news Kevin Gallen is now back in full training and Simon Royce has started doing light work.
Scott Donnelly will miss the trip to Bramall Lane with a bruised foot, while Gareth Ainsworth and Mauro Milanese are both suspended.

R's defender Andrew Howell has joined Wealdstone on loan.
The 18 year-old left back, who has featured regularly for the Reserves this season, will stay with the Ryman Premier division side until Saturday 3rd May 2008.
Howell could be in line to make his Stones' debut against Ramsgate tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. QPR

Wealdstone have signed 18 year old left back Andrew Howell from QPR on loan until the end of the current season.The highly rated Howell has featured regularly in the QRR reserves this season and will be available for Stones Ryman League match away at Ramsgate. Wealdstone

Howell's QPR Debut - QPR Official Site Auguste 22 2006 - HOWELL DEBUTS
Teenager Andrew Howell makes his senior debut, as the R's entertain John Gorman's Northampton Town in the Carling Cup tonight.
The 18 year-old, no-nonsense defender - who will wear squad number 33 - slots in at left back, in a side showing no fewer than seven changes from Saturday's 1-1 draw with Preston North End at Deepdale.
Jake Cole starts in goal for the first time since entering the fray as a second half substitute on the final day of last season, while Marcus Bignot replaces Matthew Rose at right back.
Zesh Rehman and Damion Stewart will be hoping to continue their impressive start to the campaign at the heart of the R's defence, while the midfield quartet consists of Shabazz Baidoo, Marc Bircham, Stefan Bailey and Lee Cook.
King Kev returns to the R's starting line-up
Skipper Kevin Gallen makes his first start of the season in attack, alongside new boy Dexter Blackstock.
Martin Rowlands and Gareth Ainsworth are both ruled out through injury, while Nicky Ward is rested, as Gary Waddock keeps one eye on Friday's Championship clash with Ipswich Town, live on Sky Sports.
Nigerian midfielder Egutu Oliseh has finally received international clearance and is named on the bench alongside Paul Jones, Pat Kanyuka, Scott Donnelly and Ray Jones.
Egutu Oliseh is named amongst the substitutes
QPR: Cole, Bignot, Stewart, Rehman, Howell, Baidoo, Bircham, Bailey, Cook, Gallen, Blackstock.
Subs: P Jones, Kanyuka, Donnelly, Oliseh, R Jones.
Northampton Town: Bunn, Crowe, Chambers, Kirk, Aiston, Jess, Burnell, Brett Johnson, Dyche, Bradley Johnson, Quinn.
Subs: Harper, Bojic, Watt, Cross, Gilligan.

August 22, 2006 - Match Reports of Northampton 3 QPR 2

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