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RUFC - Moore 'Ryan going nowhere'

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that striker, Ryan Taylor is going no-where after there are rumours saying Exeter City are after him.

The twenty-two year old has spent a loan period with the Grecians this season, coming back to the Millers for the Play-Offs and looking like a different person.

'I always knew there was a player in there from what I've seen in training,' Moore told Les Payne of The Star. Saying that the Rotherham born striker is brilliant in training, as did former boss Mark Robins, Moore said it was all about bringing it to the big stage. Which, in the three games he has played since he came back from his loan spell, he certainly has. And he topped it off with two goals at Wembley.

'His second goal was superbly taken,' said Moore. 'And, he'll be gutted at scoring twice and losing but no one can take away from his that he's scored two goals at Wembley.'

With it understood that Exeter want Taylor back, Moore said, 'He has another year on his contract at this football club and he is going nowhere.'




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Date:Wednesday June 2 2010

Time: 11:10AM

 

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