Date: 21st September 2011 at 8:17am
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Queens Park Rangers defender Clint Hill has joined Nottingham Forest on an emergency loan

The experienced full back played an integral role in Rangers formidable back four last season – a contributing factor to winning the npower Championship.

The 32-year-old made 45 appearances for Rangers and joins Forest in the absence of regular full-back Chris Cohen who has been sidelined with cruciate ligament damage.

The 93-day emergency loan could see him make his debut against Watford on Saturday in a televised clash.

‘We have delighted to have agreed terms with QPR for Clint,’ said under-fire Forest boss Steve McLaren.

‘He has great experience and will add to our defensive options.’

Rangers have strengthened in that area of late with the addition of Armand Traoré and combined with the versatility of Matt Connolly, Hill has seen his stock dip somewhat.

Hill was sent off on the opening day following a clash with Martin Petrov and has been unable to make his way back into the line-up since.

Vital QPR wishes Clint the best of luck

 

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