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RUFC - Rundle Joins

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore has today signed Adam Rundle on a one month emergency loan from Rochdale.

The twenty-five year old left sided winger has fallen down the pecking order lately at Spotland, began his career at Darlington. Rundle moved to Carlisle but when they were relegated out of the Football League he moved to Ireland and played for Dublin City before becoming one of Carlton Palmers first signings for Mansfield Town. Rundle played nearly sixty times for the Stags before moving to Rochdale three years ago.

Speaking to the Official Site, Rundell said that the lads had made him welcome and that everything had gone well in training this morning.

'Since Adam Le Fondre moved here we've become best mates off the field and he's been telling me how much he loves it here.'




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Date:Monday November 23 2009

Time: 3:31PM

 

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