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RUFC - Broughton 'the club is on an upward curve'

RUFC - Broughton 'the club is on an upward curve'

Rotherham United striker, Drewe Broughton, says he will be more settled for the coming season as he is moving to the area.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, the thirty year old said, 'It was a difficult year for me commuting from my home in Milton Keynes to a flat I had up here but I am moving up now and will be more settled.'

Speaking from a personal point of view, Drewe says, 'I think my game has come together now and I feel more settled and hopefully Rotherham will benefit from this in the next couple of years. I've been pleased with my season but am disappointed with the lack of goals because deep down I know I'm capable of fifteen or twenty goals a season. And that is my aim for next season. I'm glad I've signed a new contract here - we'd been talking about it since Christmas but because we'd had so much to concentrate on we really couldn't sort anything until last month.

'This club is on an upward curve and if I can be part of what's going to happen then that will be great. Watching the play-offs has got the appetite burning for next season. But next season will be tough. Bournemouth will be strong without the points handicap and there are others like Bury and Rochdale. But we have a young manager in Mark Robins who has made some really good decisions at times and reminds me a little of Paul Ince who I was under at Milton Keynes. We have some hungry players here as well such as Reuben Reid and Ryan Taylor.

'We fared well against the teams at the top and should be confident. Next season we want to get to the top of the league as soon as possible and stop there.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Sunday May 17 2009
Time: 4:14PM

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