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RUFC - Abs 'something I'll always cherish'

RUFC - Abs 'something I'll always cherish'

Rotherham United's loanee, Abdulai Bell-Baggie was sent on in the final few minutes of the League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley last Sunday and he told The Advertiser that it is something he will 'cherish for the rest of his life.'

Abs made eleven appearances for the Millers since coming in March on loan from Reading and the eighteen year old said that it was very disappointing to lose at Wembley.

'Everyone was down in the dressing room because they gave their all.

'The goals were probably down to errors and we work day in and day out on such as set-pieces to make sure they don't happen. But we got caught out.'

Manager, Ronnie Moore has said that he would like to get the young winger back at Rotherham and Bell-Baggie said, 'I'll go back for pre-season with Reading and see what happens.

'It's definitely been enjoyable at Rotherham and it's been a good experience for me as a young lad.

'Getting a run-out at Wembley has been massive and not a lot of eighteen year olds will get that chance - I'll cherish it for the rest of my life.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday June 4 2010
Time: 9:47AM

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I think that's a thanks but no thanks there Ronnie!
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