Filed: Monday, 8th October 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel
Young Hammers striker Hogan Ephraim has extended his loan spell with Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers for another month.
Ephraim - who has made ten appearances for Rangers since moving on loan at the start of the season - will now remain with the Championship's bottom club until November 6th.
He played for the Londoners last night as they beat Norwich - now managed by Alan Pardew's former number two Peter Grant - 1-0 at Loftus Road to record their first league win of the season.
Ephraim scored his first goal for QPR last week against Colchester, a club he spent time with last season on loan.
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''The way our injury situation's going we might need him back!''
09:48AM 10th Oct 2007
''Thats a shame for the lad in a way. Bellamy is dubiously fit, Ashton is out for six weeks, Zamora is out, Camara is out. All we've got left is CFC and Boa Morte. Could have been his big break.''
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