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RUFC - Taylor 'I am delighted'

Rotherham United went to Rochdale today and came back with all three points after a two-one win. The second goal, from Ryan Taylor, who started in place on an injured Jamie Clarke, was a superb curled effort, and the striker talks about it to the Official Site.

'I am delighted to get on the scoresheet,' the young centre forward said, 'it's been a long time coming. Hopefully I can push on and score a few more.

'I cut inside the defender and hit it and it's hit the back of the net. I am delighted and delighted to get the three points.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 14 2009

Time: 8:36PM

Your Comments

What a great goal!!!
herringthorpe
What a great goal!!!
herringthorpe
aye i saw this on the highlights...a cracker
bluemooner_mcfc
aye i saw this on the highlights...a cracker
bluemooner_mcfc
Great Result, still lots of points out there, In form is it possible to make the play offs
Buzz Lightyear
Great Result, still lots of points out there, In form is it possible to make the play offs
Buzz Lightyear
oh, it's possible, Buzz! We just have to believe!
herringthorpe
oh, it's possible, Buzz! We just have to believe!
herringthorpe
Definitly the form team of the division
denno4
Definitly the form team of the division
denno4
Well done Ryan. What a brilliant confidence booster!
tc0001
Well done Ryan. What a brilliant confidence booster!
tc0001
 

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