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RUFC - Andy to be an ever-present this season

RUFC - Andy to be an ever-present this season

Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington will, according to his manager, Ronnie Moore play his forty-sixth league game on Saturday at Hereford, making him an ever-present this season.

The thirty-three year old has only let in forty-nine goals in the forty-five league games and told the Official Site, 'Playing is what we become footballers for.

'Luckily, I've stayed away from injury and only missed eight games last season because of a shoulder injury.'

Two games stick out in Andy's mind from this season, with him saying that the Shrewsbury game stands out as the best game.

'If we are talking about saves, the most important was probably the penalty save against Northampton. It came after some disappointing results so I was really pleased with that one.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday May 6 2010
Time: 6:16PM

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