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Friday, February 29, 2008

Ex-QPR's Stefan Moore Joins Walsall

[If Moore makes his debut against Luton, could be a contrast with another ex-QPR man: Paul Furlong]

Walsall Official Site - MOORE IS THE MAN
THE SADDLERS have completed the signing of striker, Stefan Moore until the end of the season following an impressive trial spell here at the Banks's Stadium.
The 24 year-old started his career at Aston Villa where, along with his brother Luke, he was an extremely highly-rated prospect.
Skippering the Villans to FA Youth Cup success in 2002, he went on to make a total of 30 senior appearances for his home-town club.
After loan spells at Chesterfield, Millwall and Leicester City, he joined Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis in the summer of 2005.
Starting last term on loan at Port Vale, he returned to Loftus Road and was a permanent part of The R's matchday squad.
He was allowed to leave the club in January
and arrives at the Banks's Stadium determined to fulfil his early promise. "Stefan is a very intelligent front-man," said Saddlers; boss, Richard Money, who worked with him during his youth team days at Villa Park. "I have known him for a long time and know exactly what he is capable of.
"He was full of promise as a youngster at Aston Villa and I feel that we may have got him at the right time in his career.
"His movement is excellent and he will get into the right positions to score goals. He has been brought up the right way and I am delighted to have secured his services. He is a welcome addition to our squad and this deal will be beneficial to all concerned."
Moore stands by to make his Saddlers' first-team debut at Luton Town on Saturday (kick-off 3.00pm). Walsall

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