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RUFC - Moore on Fenners and tomorrow

RUFC - Moore on Fenners and tomorrow

Rotherham United will be without defender, Nick Fenton for at least two to four weeks after he limped off last weekend in the draw at Don Valley against Stevenage.

Fenners, who has only just come back after a calf injury that he received in pre-season and after a scan this week it looks like he has damaged the other calf.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Manager, Ronnie Moore said, 'It's the other calf this time.

'It looks like we will have to go into the market for a loanee for that position. Ex (Exodus Geohaghon)'s loan is up after the Southend game (30th October) and Peterborough are looking for a hundred grand for him so I don't think anything is going to develop on that. He's done well for us and the last two or three games especially I've been pleased with him. We've one or two irons in the fire so we'll have to wait and see what happens with them.

'I' mean I've got John Mullins who can play in there but then we'd be struggling at right back because Dean Holden goes back on 2nd November (to Shrewsbury). There's plenty of players out there it's just a case of one of the manager's coming along and saying 'yes you can have him for a month'.'

Talking about the game tomorrow at Accrington, Moore said, 'I will be definitely make A change - whether it's at the back, up front or midfield depends but I know what I'm doing.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 15 2010
Time: 2:55PM

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