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RUFC - Barker 'I'd like to play more games'

RUFC - Barker 'I'd like to play more games'

Rotherham United striker, Richie Barker, has told the Official Site that he is happy to be a Miller again.

Barker, thirty-three, was with the Millers from 2000-05 before returning on loan earlier this season. He made the loan a permanent move on New Years Day.

Speaking to the Official Site Barker said, 'It's gone very well so far. The team have been picking up points recently and now we have other teams in our sight which shows we have handled the minus points better than the other two teams in the same position. I don't think anyone can argue that we have made very good progress.

'We are in a good position considering where we started and we are looking to keep it going. From a personal point of view I would like to be playing more games but all that matters is that the team continues to progress and pick up points.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday January 12 2009
Time: 5:46PM

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tbh, I'd be surprised if he got in before Broughton, exept for injury/suspension
herringthorpe
12/01/2009 22:39:00
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I think his best days are long gone.
rybel_b
12/01/2009 23:00:00
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