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RUFC - Jaybo is pleased to be playing

RUFC - Jaybo is pleased to be playing

Rotherham United midfielder, Jason Taylor has told local newspaper, The Advertiser that he is 'happy to be playing.`

Jaybo, who joined the Millers in January 2009 from Stockport County, where he was much respected by their fans, failed to shine for the Millers and was loaned out to Rochdale last season, where he helped them to automatic promotion.

'I loved it at Rochdale,` the twenty-three year old said. 'There was a great team spirit and we were ruthless and efficient and I`m sure we can do the same here.`

Always confident, the former Oldham player said, 'I know what I can do and what I can bring to the team but sometimes some managers see things differently than others. And sometimes it`s difficult when you move to a new club. You need a run of games in the side and when it`s chopping and changing all the time it`s difficult to find form.

Jason has started both league and cup games this season under Ronnie Moore and said, 'I`m just happy to be playing at the minute. I`ll take it game by game and enjoy my football. I want to be playing every game because I`m no good to anyone on the bench. I have high hopes for this year and personally think we should be in the top three.`




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday August 20 2010
Time: 9:23AM

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