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Petrasso makes Oldham switch

QPR teenager Mike Petrasso has joined Oldham on a month-long youth loan after a move to Notts County failed.

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Petrasso has linked up with the Latics ahead of their match against Hoops team-mate Michael Harriman's Gillingham on Saturday.

The Canada Under-20 international had been set to join Oldham's Sky Bet League One rivals County - managed by recently-departed Rangers midfielder Shaun Derry - but the move was scrapped.

Petrasso featured 19 times in the QPR Under-18 title success last season and was rewarded with a two-year professional contract.

The 18-year-old has made nine appearances for Marc Bircham's Under-21 side this campaign, scoring six goals.

His loan at Boundary Park will run until December 21.

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