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RUFC - Breck pre-Accrington

RUFC - Breck pre-Accrington

Rotherham United Assistant Manager, John Breckin, says that they go into tomorrows game with Accrington Stanley with a clean bill of health.

Speaking to MillersWorld, Breck said, 'with all the games we're playing at the moment it's important to have fit players. If we pick injuries up it has an effect on all the squad and it's good to keep them all fit and in contention and have competition for places.

'The lads are buzzing at the moment and playing full of confidence. We've got ten games left and we've eased off the training and we are trying to make it more fun. We play five-a-sides and head tennis but we still do our work on the opposition and our set plays but have eased off the hard stuff.

'At the moment they are playing with confidence right through the squad but Jamie Green does ever so well and Reuben Reid is on fire at the moment. And I think the penny has started to drop for Ryan Taylor and he's looking good. This lad can go as high as he wants but it is up to the lad himself.

'At the moment all is looking OK.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday March 27 2009
Time: 3:08PM

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