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RUFC - Moore - beware the potential banana skin

RUFC - Moore - beware the potential banana skin

Rotherham United Manager has warned his players not to get too complacent against bottom of the league Darlington on Saturday.

'It's a banana skin if we're not careful,' Moore told Les Payne of The Star. 'People will think it's an easy three points and there simply isn't such a thing.

'They may be having a difficult time but we have to go out there and do a job on them.'

Recent double goalscorer, Kevin Ellison has told The Advertiser that he will be training extra hard on Christmas morning.

'We'll be in for a quick hour,' the thirty-year old said, 'and then I can get home and spend some time with my little 'un.

'Being a footballer you are used to having your Christmas disrupted and this year I am going to train extra hard in the morning so I can have a few more potatoes with my Christmas dinner!'

You enjoy them Kev!



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday December 24 2009
Time: 10:23AM

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I think the millers should look at the youth and reserves at manchester City, they are always loaning out players to get experience at a higher class of football.
buzz lightyear
05/01/2010 07:00:00
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