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RUFC - Exodus wants to finish what he's started

Rotherham United loan defender, Exodus Geohaghon, has told MillersPlayer that he wants to stay.

The twenty-five year old is on loan from Peterborough United and said after the three-three game against Burton on Saturday, 'I`m enjoying it here and I`m getting games now which is what it`s all about and getting to that point where I can just keep kicking on and if I go back to Peterborough I`m not going to play so hopefully I`ll get to stay and we can kick on and keep pushing for the top three and I`d like to be here to the end to be honest.

'My loan`s up at the end of the month but we haven`t really spoken about it. If I go back then I don`t know if there`s another possibility of an emergency loan until Christmas but I`m not too sure what`s happening. All I can do it keep playing thought the squad is nearly fully fit now so it`s up to whether the gaffer decides to keep me on or not. I am happy to stay if he does want that but it`s a decision that Rotherham United have to take on.`


Speaking about the game, Exodus said, 'I`ve been involved in stranger games than that! But it goes like that and sometimes you get the rub of the green and sometimes you don`t but it was frustrating. We thought we were going to kick on and have a rout today but you get these days. Last week we could have come away with something and we didn`t and today we could have ended up with nothing because in the second half they got on top of us and we did well to just hold out.`

Asking if he`d been putting in a lot of effort with his long throw in training, Exodus replied, 'There`s no need really. I can put it where it needs to be and it`s about them coming to attack it to be honest. We`ve been working on the set pieces and we got a few goals from them today.`

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Date:Tuesday September 14 2010

Time: 6:37PM

 

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