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RUFC - Exodus on joining the Millers

RUFC - Exodus on joining the Millers


Rotherham United loanee, Exodus Geohaghon said that he turned down ten clubs, eight of who were in League Two, before joining the Millers.

Speaking to The Advertiser the (extremely!) tall centre-half said, 'It was a process of waiting for the right move. Rotherham getting to Wembley last year was always going to be a deciding factor because they are going in the right direction.

'I know Pablo Mills, Darren Byfield and Reuben Reid and asked them what it was like and they said it was a decent place to come and then it was just a case of coming up here and getting my head down.`

I think one of the reasons Ronnie Moore brought Exodus in was because of his long throw ability, which we all saw some evidence of on Saturday against Lincoln. 'There`s plenty of space to work with at Don Valley,` the twenty-five year old said. 'I can loop it in or throw it straight and it`s a case of getting it into a place where the boys can go and attack it and create chances.`

Talking about the win on Saturday, Exodus carried on, 'We coped fairly well and came away with three points. It was a real christening to league Two football and I don`t think you get more direct football than that.`

Exodus, who is here on an emergency loan from Peterborough United, who wouldn`t allow him to play against them on Tuesday night, was asked if he would like to stay with the Millers. 'It`s not a choice of mine,` he said, 'but if the management team at Rotherham want me then I`d be happy to extend the loan.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday August 13 2010
Time: 8:59AM

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