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RUFC - Abs here until end of season

Rotherham United have secured the signing of Abdulai Bell-Baggie until the end of the season



The seventeen year old winger originally came on a months loan from Reading but has impressed so much that he has been signed until the end of the season.

Speaking to MillersPlayer Abs said, 'I'm hoping to get more game time and help Rotherham to promotion to League Two.'

Abs said he didn't care which wing he played on as long as he was playing, saying, 'You can't chose where you play, you have to earn the right to say where you want to play. You've just got to try and help the team out.

'I've got to grab this opportunity with both hands and train well and impress the gaffer. He has given me encouragement and told me to go out and enjoy it.

'I'm pleased to be at a great club like Rotherham and I think my fitness has improved and there's a bunch of good lads helping me.'

Bell-Baggie started his first game on Monday at Aldershot and will surely start again tomorrow against Morecambe.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 9 2010

Time: 4:08PM

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Thats good news
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It is good news - definitely one of the better players on Monday
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