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RUFC - It's a 'No' for Grey

Rotherham United yesterday ended their interest in striker, Wayne Grey.

'Wayne has now left the club,' Manager, Mark Robins told the Official Site. 'We needed to free up space so we can get games in for Ryan Taylor, Tom Pope and Paul Warne so I decided I wasn't going to pursue the situation.'

Twenty-eight year old Grey was released at the end of last season by Leyton Orient and was previously at Yeovil, Southend and Wimbledon where he began his career.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 2 2009

Time: 10:05AM

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Did he only play in the game at York? Not seen much of him then have we?
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