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Thursday, June 11, 2009

QPR to Play Forest Green Rovers...QPR's New 17 Year Old Professional Signing Profiled

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- 11/06/2009 - Queens Park Rangers confirmed for Pre-season Match

Further to the earlier press release regarding our pre season programme, we are now pleased to confirm that Queens Park Rangers will be the Championship side to visit the New Lawn, either on Tuesday 21st or Wednesday 22nd July. Final details of the date will be confirmed in the next 7 days.

This fixture will offer two Northern Irleand born managers to meet up in the shape of Jim Harvey and Jim Magilton. In fact when Magilton used to play for his country of birth Harvey was Assistant Manager of Northern ireland.

Entry prices for each match will be:

Adults £10 Concessions £5 Children (under 16 yrs) £2

Those who purchase Main Stand/Ground Terrace season tickets, Premier Club or Business Club membership before 15th July, will be able to enter for FREE to any or all of the matches.

Saturday 18th July @ 3pm CHARLTON ATHLETIC
Tuesday 21st July @ 7.45pm QUEENS PARK RANGERS
Wednesday 22nd July @ 7.45pm

Wednesday 29th July @ 7.45pm LEEDS UNITED
Saturday 1st August @ 3pm EXETER CITY
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Surrey Herald 11 June 2009: Ehmer is no lone ranger
- A VIRGINIA Water teenager was this week celebrating signing his first professional football contract, with Queens Park Rangers.
- Max Ehmer, 17, has worked his way through the age groups at the Championship side and last year was a star of their U18s.
- And the German-born midfielder is already predicting that he might not be the only Ehmer sibling to make an impact in the world of sport.
- He said: "My whole family are keen footballers. My younger brother, Moritz, plays for the U13s at Reading, and my sister, Franziska, plays on the girls' varsity team at ACS Egham International School.
- "I have played football my whole life, but the first football team I joined was Ascot United when I was around eight.
- "While at ACS Egham I played on the varsity team, which I really enjoyed. But it was when I was playing for Warfield Predators at the age of 11 that I got scouted to play for QPR, and it has been upwards from there really."
- Ehmer was a pupil at ACS Egham, in London Road, near Englefield Green, until last summer..." Surrey Herald

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