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RUFC - Welsh Midfielder happy to get first cap

Rotherham United don't very often have an international on their books but that's exactly what they got when they signed Mark Bradley.

The twenty-two year old Welsh midfielder was let go at the end of last season by Walsall and Millers' Manager, Ronnie Moore, was quick to snap him up.

Bradley, speaking to Les Payne of The Star said that it was maybe time for a change after he'd been at Walsall since a schoolboy.

Speaking about getting his first international cap for Wales, Mark said, 'I'd just been released by Walsall and got called up to play for Wales against Croatia. It was a brilliant experience.

'It's good being alongside players who play in the Championship and Premier League.

'I'm really happy to have that cap, even if I'm a one cap wonder, although, you never know, there might be another chance.'




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Date:Thursday August 5 2010

Time: 3:03PM

 

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