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Monday, December 29, 2008

Lee Camp Returning to QPR?....Ramage on QPR Under Sousa

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BBC - Keeper Camp set to leave Forest
- Nottingham Forest's on-loan goalkeeper Lee Camp has said he believes he has played his last game for the club.
- Camp threw his shirt into the crowd as the Reds players celebrated Sunday's 3-2 victory at Norwich City.
- Camp told BBC Radio Nottingham: "That'll be my last game, the manager who brought me here and wanted me has now left the club.
- "Nottingham Forest have had the opportunity to sort it and stalled and now I'm going back to QPR."
- Since joining the club Camp has become a favourite amongst the club's supporters, who were chanting in support of the goalkeeper during the match at Carrow Road.
- The highlight of his loan spell was a last minute penalty save at the home of his former club and the Reds' local-rivals Derby County, Camp's save secured a point for Forest in a 1-1 draw.
- Two weeks later he saved a late penalty at Bristol City as the Reds held on for a 2-2 draw.
- Camp added: "I am enjoying playing and the fans have taken to me which is good and it has given me the opportunity to be in the East Midlands around the family.
- "If the opportunity came [to stay] I would strongly look at it but it's completely out of my hands at the minute.
- "Maybe the new manager will come in and not even consider me." BBC

Evening Standard/Ben Hunt - Peter Ramage not affected by QPR's great expectations
- Peter Ramage says his Queens Park Rangers team-mates are not affected by the huge expectations being placed on them by the club's board of directors.
- Rangers saw out a scrappy stalemate with Watford yesterday following on from their draw with bottom-placed Charlton on Boxing Day.
- But despite the two draws over the festive period, they are still just three points behind the play-off places and Ramage is confident they are capable of winning promotion.
- The 25-year-old defender said: "Everyone else expects us to do well, but it's not easy because this is one of the toughest leagues in world football.
- "But that does not play on our minds. We just go out there to do what we get paid for and that's to win football matches.
- "The new manager has changed a lot since he has come in. The style of play we have adopted is a little bit unfamiliar to us, but we are slowly getting there.
- "Now the Christmas period is over, we can get back to playing one game a week and getting on the training pitch to work on a few things."
- Heidar Helguson had the best chances for Rangers but was narrowly off-target with one effort, while Watford keeper Scott Loach made a save to deny him a second time.
- Watford came even closer to breaking the deadlock in the second-half when Lee Williamson struck the woodwork with his free-kick.
- And new Hornets' boss Brendan Rodgers was pleased with the solitary point against the promotion hopefuls...." Standard

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