QPR stopper Ingram rejoins Wycombe on emergency loan

PUBLISHED: 12:18 15 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:18 15 November 2018

Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Matt Ingram (pic: Dave Howarth/PA)

Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Matt Ingram (pic: Dave Howarth/PA)

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Stopper moved to Rs from Chairboys in January 2016

Queens Park Rangers stopper Matt Ingram has rejoined former club Wycombe Wanderers on a seven-day emergency loan.

With the Chairboys missing custodians Ryan Allsop and Yves Ma-Kalambay through injury, it left the Sky Bet League One club with teenager Cameron Yates as their only fit keeper.

However, with the Rs without a game this weekend owing to the international break, Ingram has been allowed to rejoin Gareth Ainsworth’s men to help them out on Saturday when they visit promotion hopefuls Sunderland.

The 24-year-old spent six years with Wycombe and made 140 appearances in all competitions before making the switch to QPR in January 2016.

Ingram had started the current campaign as first-choice stopper for the Rs, but has since fallen behind Joe Lumley in the pecking order.

The keeper will hope to prove his worth to the Loftus Road club during his rather brief spell back with his former employers this weekend.

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