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RUFC - Ronnie has decision to make over Coid

RUFC - Ronnie has decision to make over Coid

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore is still undecided what to do about loanee, Danny Coid, but knows he has to make a decision sooner, rather than later, because his loan is up this weekend.

Coid joined the Millers in November, originally for a month but that was extended until January but, unfortunately, he was injured just before half-time of the five-nil win over Port Vale on New Years Day and has been back with Blackpool, receiving treatment, since.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, Moore said, 'I certainly want Danny Coid here. But, the problem we have is that the injury is going to be three weeks so that`s nearly a month gone of the loan. I`m not one hundred per cent what I`m going to do but I need to make a decision by Saturday because that`s when the loans up. I`ll have a chat to him and if it`s only going to be ten days or two weeks then I`ll probably keep him. He likes being here and wants to play and has done really well for us

'He`s a fantastic footballer and I`ve been lucky to have him here. But we`ve had Dale Tonge come back in and do really well so I have got a little bit of cover.

'But, if I can keep Coid then I`d certainly like to do it.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday January 14 2011
Time: 10:22AM

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