AFTER an established career with Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers, left-back Lee Wallace joined QPR in the summer of 2019 for his first playing spell outside of his native Scotland.
A Scottish international with 10 senior caps to his name, the 33-year-old arrived at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium following more than 250 appearances for the ‘Gers over an eight-year period.
Initially moving to Ibrox in 2011 for reported fee of £1.5million, Edinburgh-born Wallace saw it all during his time with Rangers, with his role in their return to the SPL following their demotion to the Scottish fourth tier never forgotten by the Glasgow Rangers fans.
Of course, it was during his time with Rangers that Wallace linked up with current QPR boss Mark Warburton, who also named him captain during his time at Ibrox and was pleased to see him move to west London.
After an initial tough first season in W12, which saw Wallace only able to make 12 appearances for the R’s, a memorable strike against Swansea City in the FA Cup in January 2020 only highlighted the clear quality he possesses.
This campaign was then followed by an impressive 2020/21 for the left-back, which saw him make 27 appearances in the blue and white hoops, as well as scoring in our victory over Middlesbrough in April.
Having also filled in as captain on numerous occasions, Wallace signed a new one-year contract with the club prior to the start of the 2021/22 campaign.
- Full Name:
- Lee Wallace
- Full Back
- Date of birth:
- 1st August 1987
- 180 cm
- 75 kg
- Date signed:
- 1st July 2019