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RUFC - Harrison 'all itching to get back'

Rotherham United's Danny Harrison told the Official Site that he can't wait to start the season.

Speaking to MillersWorld the twenty-six year old, who has just committed himself to the club until June next year, said, 'I've seen a few of the lads at the gym and I think we are all itching to get back into training. We've got what we wanted, with a home fixture first, and will be looking to start off with a win like we did against Lincoln last season. We've got Derby in the Cup after that and hopefully we can go on another good cup run.'

Speaking about the new Millers' players, Danny carried on, 'Nicky Law was one of the best players on the pitch when he played for Bradford against us last season and Kevin Ellison is a good mate of mine from my Tranmere days. He will give us some steel as well as having an eye for goal.'




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Date:Tuesday June 30 2009

Time: 4:59PM

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Now I wonder why MH4?????
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