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RUFC - Injuries mounting up

Rotherham United defender, Nick Fenton was taken off during the first half of the friendly with Alfreton Town last night with, what looks like, a calf injury.

Speaking after the two-nil loss, Manager, Ronnie Moore told the Official Site, 'Fenton stretched for the ball and it looks like he's done his calf. Tom Newey was on the bench with a hamstring problem so he couldn't be involved.

'Stephen Brogan came out of the game with a thigh strain, Greeny (Jamie Green) is struggling with his leg and Luke Ashworth got a knock to his temple.

'We're going down like nine pins at the moment.'







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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 28 2010

Time: 10:11AM

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Why put someone who is injured on the bench? Surely one of the young lads could have gone instead
herringthorpe
Probably because they're playing Stocksbridge tonight... I know what you're saying though, they could have found a trialist if they wanted to.
chrisrufc2
Yes, Chris. And, Ronnie has said more than once that he doesn't want a big squad - well, if we are going to get a lot of injuries and only a small squad it's to be hopes there's some loanees out there
herringthorpe
 

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