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RUFC - Ex and Dean to stay

Rotherham United are going to agree, today, to extend the loans of Exodus Geohaghon, from Peterborough United and Dean Holden from Shrewsbury.

Millers Manager, Ronnie Moore is to offer the pair a further months` loan which will see his squad bolstered up for the busy month of October, where there are four away trips.

Exodus has fast become a fans` favourite amongst the Millers and has played in most of the games since August, while Dean has spent most of his time on the bench.

Moore told The Advertiser, 'Exodus has done well and we need Dean as cover at right back. I don`t see a reason to be chopping and changing things now and we`ll keep them both for another month.`

Personally, I think Exodus has got better the longer he's been with us and am pleased he's staying. I can't really say much of Dean Holden as we haven't seen him enough





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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 1 2010

Time: 9:42AM

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I'm glad Ex looks like he is staying, he was excellent in the last 2 games. Dean looks like a hard worker from what I've seen and we do need a second right back in the squad
chrisrufc2
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01/10/2010 13:19:00

I think they are both assets to the team, too chris
herringthorpe
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01/10/2010 14:09:00

Holden has definitely signed until 2nd November
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01/10/2010 14:38:00

 

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