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RUFC - Lynch 'Good to be back'

Rotherham United's defender, Mark Lynch says it's good to be back in the side.

Lynch, who has been a bit like the man in the wilderness, was drafted back in for the game at Torquay, after Dale Tonge suffered a stress fracture in his foot.

'It's a shame about Dale,' the twenty-eight year old ex-Sunderland and Hull City player, and Manchester United trainee, said, 'but it happened to me last season. I got injured and Dale stepped in.

'It's nice to be back in the team because it's been a while though I've been doing a lot of training and had a few reserve games and I'm feeling good again.'




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Date:Thursday November 26 2009

Time: 9:33AM

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