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RUFC - Good news on the injury front

Rotherham United have had a bit of good news on the injury front this week, which will please Manager, Ronnie Moore.

Right-back, Dale Tonge, who has been out since March with firstly a stress fracture and then a broken metatarsal, will play for the Reserves this afternoon at Don Valley against Nottingham Forest.

Also on the injury front, there is good news about Mark Randall who is on loan from Arsenal. Randall only began one game for the Millers at Southend, during which he broke his collarbone in a challenge in the first twenty minutes of the game, is due to start training today.

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Date:Tuesday December 14 2010

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