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Lumely returns to QPR

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6:44am 23rd September 2014

STANLEY loan keeper Joe Lumley has returned to Queens Park Rangers following his one month spell with the Reds.

Lumley, 19, made six starts for Stanley after arriving in August – playing five league games and the Johnstone Paints Trophy clash with Carlisle.

Everyone at Accrington Stanley wishes Joe all the best for the future.

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