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RUFC - Hudson will make most of days off

Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Hudson, is looking forward to his unscheduled weekend off and says he will go home to visit his family.

Speaking to The Advertiser, the twenty-eight year old said, 'I'll just switch off from football for a couple of days.'

Hudson joined the Millers in the summer of 2007 and started thirty two games last season but he has found himself on the sidelines this season and he said, 'I went to see the manager and he said I hadn't really done anything wrong. I was disappointed that I wasn't involved and it's been nice to get back and get my feet on the pitch again.

'With the system we are playing at the moment, the wing backs come into play and me and Micky Cummins sit in there. Usually we have Pablo Mills in there so we get the chance to bomb on but we've had to be a bit more disciplined lately and go and get the ball off the back four. Having a couple of defeats without scoring lately meant that it was good to go to Exeter and halt that run.

'My aim now is to keep the shirt and get some goals like I did last year.'




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Date:Friday November 28 2008

Time: 10:27AM

 

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