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RUFC - Rundle on his move to Rotherham

Rotherham United's latest loanee, Adam Rundle says he will bring creativity to the Millers' side.

The winger, who began his youth career with Newcastle United, has signed on an emergency months loan from Rochdale to cover for the injured Paul Warne.

Speaking to the Official Site, the twenty-five year old said, 'Rochdale got Jason Taylor from Rotherham and Ronnie Moore spoke to our Manager about me at the same time. I spoke to Ronnie Moore yesterday and I've been impressed with everything he's said and there was no question that I wouldn't want to come here.'

Rundle was asked what he thought he would bring to the Millers' team and he said, 'Creativity. I'm an out and out winger and I create goals as well as chipping in with a few.'

Rundle knows Millers striker, Adam Le Fondre from their Rochdale days together and said that they'd spoke and Alf has told him how much he is enjoying his time with Rotherham.

He was asked about the game tomorrow night against Lincoln City at Don Valley and he said, 'Lincoln are a direct and physical team. But when I've seen Rotherham this season they are a footballing team and hopefully that'll be a winner on the day.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday November 23 2009
Time: 5:44PM

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welcome to the mad house
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good luck adam and welcome from all millers
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