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RUFC - Physio on Fenton and Brogan

Rotherham United physio, Denis Circuit hopes that Nick Fenton will be training tomorrow.

Speaking to MillersWorld, Denis said, 'Nick Fenton went in for a tackle on Saturday and the opponents knee went into his thigh which gave him a dead leg. He thought he might be able to run it off but we saw he was struggling so got him off. It settled down over the weekend and he's been doing some leg work in the gym. He's got some good movement in it and, although he won't be one hundred per cent fit, we expect him to be back in training.'

Speaking about Stephen Brogan, he said, 'Stephen has progressed well it's just that it's been a bit stop-start. He came on as a sub for the first team in the final game of last season. The worst thing for him was the seven week break after that. He's played a couple of reserve games but there hasn't been one for three weeks and he needs games. I think, with another four or five games under his belt, he should be up there pushing for a place.'




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Date:Tuesday October 13 2009

Time: 4:22PM

 

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