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RUFC - The men from Shrews and Posh say 'Yes'!

Rotherham United fans will be pleased to hear that both Exodus Geohaghon and Dean Holden have agreed to extend their loans with the club for an extra month.

Both will now be here until 2nd November, and be able to play in the game that day against Macclesfield.

Chief Operating Officer, Paul Douglas told the Official Site, 'Exodus has proven to be a very popular figure and his performances have been very impressive.

'We are also happy that Dean will be with us for another month. He will provide competition for Johnny Mullins at right-back while Dale Tonge recovers from injury.'




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Date:Friday October 1 2010

Time: 3:06PM

 

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