In recent times, Queens Park Rangers have had Charlie Rowan and Lewis Walker on trial at the club as they looked to impress staff on the training pitches.
✍️ #QPR have signed youngsters Charlie Rowan and Lewis Walker following successful trials.
— QPR FC (@QPR) November 6, 2018
The pair have obviously done that as the club announced earlier this morning that both had been rewarded with professional deals following their efforts and they will now join up with Paul Hall’s Under 23 set up as they continue their education in the game.
20-year-old Rowan is a centre-half and he came to the club following his release by Watford at the end of last season.
Fellow 20-year-old Walker is a striker and he came in following his departure from Derby County at the end of August. He is the son of former Nottingham Forest and England defender Des.
Well done lad's.
Everyone "could" be winners here, club, and ov course the "young" lad's. We seem to be bringing a large amount ov youngsters to club, "all" look promising.
— Steve Gee (@SteveGe58486520) November 6, 2018
— ♛UP✰the✰R's♛ (@Jakderippa) November 6, 2018
Congratulations, hope you can achieve what you want out of your careers at QPR.
— Nath #FBPE (@KallipolisState) November 6, 2018
We are doing it the right way
— fishfinger1000 ❌ (@fishfinger10001) November 6, 2018
I’m presuming both deals are initially until the end of the current 2018/19 campaign as we continue to make assessments about their possible futures with us.