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RUFC - Moore on new signings

RUFC - Moore on new signings

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore brought in two players on loan this weekend, both from Blackburn Rovers. Gavin Gunning and Marcus Marshall arrived yesterday and both were in the squad today - Gatting playing the full ninety minutes while Marshall came off the bench for the final few minutes. Both are here for a month but it is hoped, if all goes well, the loan could be extended.

Speaking to MillersPlayer after the 2-1 win over Grimsby this afternoon, Moore said, 'Gunning is more experienced than Marshall. He's played at Tranmere and you've seen today that he's a good player. . He`s six feet two and is quick and sharp with a great left foot. He can defend and can also play left sided centre-back.

'Marcus has tremendous pace and can play wide on the right and at centre-forward. He`s a bit younger than Gavin and still learning his trade.'

Asked about getting more players in, Moore said, 'We`re looking to freshen up a little but that might mean getting one or two out and I just think the time is right for doing that.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday January 23 2010
Time: 8:32PM

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i would like to see Marshall start on tuesday night against the dires
mexbro miller
24/01/2010 12:36:00
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