16 year old Brandon
Adams was reported by the Hertfordshire Mercury as having won a
scholarship with QPR: "Adams, a former student at Goffs School, will
link up with the U-18s at the west London club, and be looking to
force his way into Paul Furlongs side for the coming campaign.
This isnt the first time Adams has been spotted by a professional
After playing for Lea Valley Youth from six to 10 years old he
went on trial at Tottenham Hotspur but was told he wasnt
getting a contract.
Adams then returned to play for Bury Rangers at under-11 to 13s,
and got a trial at Norwich City. However, he wasnt able
to get a deal with the Canaries."
Adams then played at Wormley Rovers from under 14s-16s but during
the start of the U-16 season he went off to Stevenage on trial
but was told that he wasnt good enough. He then broke his
right ankle and had to undergo surgery. He recovered eight months
early. and was scouted by QPR through the football academy Inter
Samba Soccer (ISS), and was offered a scholarship after scoring
a hat-trick on his debut against Southend.
Early on in the 2016/17 season, he was loaned to Ryman League side Staines Town. On 22nd January 2017, he signed a one year contract with QPR and was then loaned to Malaysian side Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis for the whole of the Malaysian Premier League season.
At the beginning of May 2018, it was announced that Brandon would be released by QPR.