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RUFC - No Come Back for Ryan today

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says he won`t be rushing striker, Ryan Taylor back.

The twenty-two year old has been nursing a broken metatarsal, which he did in pre-season training and has just started back training with the first team squad. He was pencilled in to play in today`s reserve game against Nottingham Forest but a thigh strain will rule him out.

Speaking to Les Payne of The Star, Moore said, 'There`s no point rushing things. You can pick up niggles when you`re coming back after a long lay off and I want him to come back when he`s clear.

'There is nothing to be gained by possibly aggravating anything.`

Today's reserve game is away at Nottingham Forest with a 2.00pm kick off



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Date:Tuesday September 21 2010

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