Date:Friday October 22 2010
Rotherham United loanee, Exodus Geohaghon has to return to his club, Peterborough at the end of this month because the ninety-three day maximum that is allowed for loans will then be up.
But, with Peterborough going well in League One, it could be that the twenty-five year old will be stuck in the stands and he is hoping that, if that is the case, that the Millers will come in for him. Unfortunately, the £100,000 price tag that the London Road club have put on the long throw merchant is way out of Ronnie Moore`s budget.
Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, the former Kettering Town player said, 'It was reported in the summer that Peterborough wanted what they paid Kettering for me so there will be a fee involved.`
I don`t actually think Ronnie Moore wants Exodus for nothing but he is thinking that a more realistic price for him is around £25,000 and Moore has said that he wouldn`t pay £100,000 for any centre-half, no matter who it was. Millers` fans have taken Exodus into their hearts and he`s become a permanent feature in the first eleven, and, after his performance last week at Accrington where he scored and made a goal, he has gone up in a lot of people`s estimations.
'If I`m going to go back and not play,` Exodus carried on, 'then the sensible thing is to sit down and try and thrash something out. You never want to leave when you are getting regular football so maybe I can go back and talk to the football club and arrange something to get me out permanently. It`s frustrating because when I get back a quarter of the season will have gone and you just want to keep kicking on while the back end of the season is where you want to get games in so I just want to try and sort something out and over the next couple of weeks I will be talking to Peterborough, see what my options are and take it from there.`
Asked about his goal at Accrington he said, 'In training on Friday I was scoring a few and I had a feeling one was coming but it`s been a long time. I could have had a hat-trick and I was frustrated at the one I missed just prior to scoring.`
Date:Friday October 22 2010
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