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RUFC - Moore not given up on his lad Ian

RUFC - Moore not given up on his lad Ian

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore has admitted that he would still like to bring his son into the squad.

During the summer, Moore made no secret of the fact that he was chasing Ian Thomas-Moore of Tranmere with a deal looking imminent when the thirty-four year old turned down a new deal at Prenton Park.

Unfortunately for Moore, the deal didn't come off but he has told Press Association Sport that the move could well happen this season.

'I'd like to bring him here,' Moore said, 'and I'm not just saying that because he is my lad. He was leading scorer there last season and is leading scorer this season and he would score goals here for fun.'

I'm just wondering, with coming out with this statement, if Moore is resigned to losing top scorer Adam Le Fondre at the end of the season?

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday January 11 2011
Time: 12:34PM

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Is expresing an opinion as clearly as this "tapping up" or is it speculatory. Being family I'd not expect them to be as overt as this
baldtobeamiller
13/01/2011 16:29:00
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