Date: 4th August 2009 at 1:37pm
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Former QPR trialist Martin Lejsal has found a club after penning a deal with Dutch outfit Heerenveen.

The stopper had been with Rangers in Slovenia and Croatia before joining Bristol City for a brief period after his release.

Gary Johnson had an extended look at the Czech stopper but decided against offering him a contract, and he returned to FC Brno.

It has emerged however that he has been offered a deal with Dutch side Heerenveen, acting as cover to Belgian keeper Kenny Steppe who recent broke his ankle.

The deal to join Trond Sollied`s side is initially on loan with a view to a permanent transfer should Lejsal impress sufficiently.




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