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RUFC - Moore on Brogan and Bradley

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore was asked if Stephen Brogan was in his thoughts to start against York City tomorrow.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Moore said, 'He`s always in my thoughts. The thing with Brogs is that in pre-season he was fantastic but then he picked up an injury. This has been his problem all season, he`s played a couple of games in the Reserves then he`s picked up an injury and couldn`t train. At this present time, he`s training every day which is great for us and great for him. But he`s got to get his fitness levels up. He`s not a million miles from it, but whether he can start would be a different thing but he can definitely influence the game if he came on.`

Moore was asked about Welsh international, midfielder, Mark Bradley and said, 'He`s got a problem with bruising to his hip. We haven`t seen the best of him because he`s been playing with an injury. He`s a bit like Josh Walker who was here last year and played when he was injured because he wants to play but sometimes it doesn`t help the situation because a player goes out who is probably twenty-five per cent off what he should be and then supporters look at him and make up their minds that he`s useless. We`ll give the lad a lot of credit for wanting to play but he`s being silly in saying he`s fit when he hasn`t really been fit. He`ll play when he is properly fit and then we`ll see the real Bradley, because you`re not an international if you can`t play. He was on the bench on Saturday basically because we were short of numbers but he`d have struggled if he`d have come on and he`s probably a week away and might feature against Oxford or maybe the week after that.`

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Date:Friday November 5 2010

Time: 11:50AM


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