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RUFC - Breckin Says The Future Looks Fantastic!

John Breckin believes that the future at Rotherham is looking very bright, 'the future looks fantastic' is something that he went as far as saying after signing his new deal with the Millers.

The Rotherham assistant manager, like coach Nick Daws and physio Denis Circuit, signed a new three-year contract with the club recently and speaking on his, and their, behalf Breckin has expressed his delight at having done so and what his views on the future are: 'I'm very pleased to sign and delighted that the other members of the coaching staff have signed too,' Breckin told the official website. 'The future looks fantastic with the new stadium and training ground on the horizon and everyone at the club is walking around with a smile on their face.

'Last year Mark (Robins) showed his commitment by signing a new deal and that gave us some security.'

There have been financial problems with the club, to put it mildly, in recent years but after all the coaching staff helped play their part in helping Rotherham battle through he feels this is just reward, he added: 'We battled away through the year and had a great season and I think that the chairman has been very happy with what he has seen and we have been rewarded with contracts that will run alongside Mark's deal.'

After an excellent season last time round, despite the docked points, the future is looking brighter for Rotherham and with the help of Breckin, Daws, Circuit and others Mark Robins isn't going to go far wrong is he?




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Date:Wednesday June 10 2009

Time: 10:17AM

 

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