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RUFC - Pope to stop longer at Vale?

Rotherham United and Port Vale have agreed that striker, Tom Pope will stop on loan for another month at Vale Park.

The deal hasn't yet been finalised but it is understood that, if the Millers require his services, then Pope can be recalled within twenty-four hours.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 25 2011

Time: 11:24PM

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Though, of course, this might not happen after the happenings with Jim Gannon today
herringthorpe
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25/02/2011 23:29:00

but still a good move to give a promotion rival a forward when we are short of a few, I THINK NOT
mvmiller
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25/02/2011 23:41:00

I'm sure I read somewhere, paper or teletext, that he was really enjoying his time there.
rybel_b
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26/02/2011 09:19:00

He's always been a Vale fan so I would imagine he loves it there. And he's playing football which he never had much chance to do with us
herringthorpe
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26/02/2011 09:23:00

 

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