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RUFC - Moore pleased Coid is back

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore made no secret that he wanted Blackpool`s Danny Coid back, after his last loan spell was cut short by injury in December.

And, although the twenty-nine year old had other clubs interested, he is said to have jumped at the chance of coming back to the Millers.

Speaking to The Advertiser, Moore said, 'He had the opportunity to go to two or three other clubs for three months so it`s good that he`s decided to come back here.

'He gives us experience and quality on the ball and will be eligible for six games while he`s back with us.`

With others out injured, Coid will definitely be in contention for a start at Burton tomorrow.



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Date:Friday February 25 2011

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