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RUFC - Moore to bring in two more?

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore, is hoping to bring Danny Coid back to the club on loan.

Coid came on loan earlier in the season, making five appearances for the Millers, before an ankle injury ruled him out and he went back to Blackpool.

Moore would also like to bring in Swindon`s Callum Kennedy from Swindon and he told David Beddows of The Advertiser, 'We all know what Coid can do and I`ve spoken to Danny Wilson at Swindon and they are willing to let Kennedy out on loan. He`s great on the ball and he`s six feet one inches tall so would be a good acquisition for us.`

Defender Kennedy came through the Youth ranks with Swindon and spent a month on loan with Gillingham at the end of last year.

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Date:Friday February 11 2011

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