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RUFC - More on gardening leave

Rotherham United Chairman Tony Stewart, has put John Breckin, Steve Taylor and Nick Daws on gardening leave today after receiving a formal approach from Barnsley requesting to speak to them. All three confirmed that they did want to speak to Barnsley.

Steve Thornber, Head of Youth will take charge for the foreseeable future and will be assisted by Paul Warne and Chief Scout Alan Crawford

A statement on the Official Site says The Board of Directors of Rotherham United will continue to work towards having these issues resolved, and concluded at the earliest possible opportunity

It never rains but it pours with Rotherham United doesn't it




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 6 2009

Time: 11:36AM

Your Comments

Must have a lot of weeds this garden
herringthorpe
Or money trees to climb....
sy2006
Barnsley has never been so popular.
tc0001
Send for Ronnie
bignavillus
I bet their lawns are more pristine than the Don Valley pitch!!!
rybel_b
Rotherham could be up for 'Britain in Bloom' at this rate!
dazza71
 

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