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RUFC - Pabs to be reported

Rotherham United skipper, Pablo Mills, is to be reported by Brentford Football Club after an incident on Saturday at Don Valley left a Bees player with a fracture to his cheekbone and eye socket.

Visiting striker, Nathan Elder is still in hospital after a challenge with Mills in the second half of the 0-0 draw. Brentford manager, Andy Scott, told The Star, 'Nathan is unlikely to have any vision in his left eye for several months. Having seen the tape of the incident it was clearly an elbow that caused the injury and I was shocked that it happened in front of the referee and no action was taken. I feel it is my duty as a manager to make sure that it does not go unpunished and I will be doing everything possible to make sure justice is done.'

Did anyone see the challenge? If so, what's your thoughts?




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 11:15AM

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i saw this on SSN before and i must say it was a sickening challenge,we dont want to see this in football and the sooner its kicked out the better.
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09/03/2009 14:17:00

i saw this on SSN before and i must say it was a sickening challenge,we dont want to see this in football and the sooner its kicked out the better.
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09/03/2009 14:17:00

I was at the game but I didn't see the challenge (oh, I'm turning into Arsene Wenger!) In fact, I thought he'd jumped with Broughton as it was him who was concerned about Elder
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09/03/2009 14:21:00

I was at the game but I didn't see the challenge (oh, I'm turning into Arsene Wenger!) In fact, I thought he'd jumped with Broughton as it was him who was concerned about Elder
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09/03/2009 14:21:00

 

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