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RUFC - Moore says Taylor did well

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore told the Official Site that he thinks it was a good decision to let striker, Ryan Taylor out on loan.

The twenty-two year old has been out on loan at Exeter City where he played seven games and seems to have returned full of confidence and started the game on Saturday at Aldershot up front with Adam Le Fondre.

'Letting him out on loan gave him a chance to have some time away from Rotherham, grow up and mature' Moore said. 'He did well while he was with Exeter and it looks like it's going to benefit us in the end.'

Like Mark Robins before him, Ronnie Moore says that Ryan is the best striker in training, saying, 'the things he does with a ball are incredible. His problem has always been taking it onto the big stage.

'He did well on Saturday and he was unlucky with the header, but he was in there to miss it.'




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Date:Tuesday May 18 2010

Time: 6:25PM

 

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