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RUFC- Moore talks about former Miller, Branston

Rotherham United take on Torquay this evening at Plainmoor and amongst the Gulls players will be former Miller, Guy Branston.

Big Guy played for the Millers between 1999 and 2004, making just short of one hundred league appearances in that time, winning two promotions on the way. Some loved him, some thought he was 'as daft as a brush' but one thing, it was never quiet with the former Leicester City player at the club.

Asked Guy Branston, Millers Manager, Ronnie Moore said, 'Last season, when we played them, Guy was outstanding at our place

'He`s a nice guy - now there`s a pun! - but he`s a fantastic lad. He`s strong and he means well, he`s determined but you can wind him up a little bit because he`s on a short fuse! And, I`m sure if Ryan Taylor can talk to him a little bit I`m sure it will be a meaty challenge between the two. Guy will be looking forward to it and I hope Ryan will be looking forward to it as well.

'There was hundreds of players like Guy when I played - they used to head the back of your head - so you don`t really relish that type of game.

'But, Ryan`s got a little bit of pace that can cause him one or two problems and he can play him on the shoulder, turn him and get balls in behind him. What Ryan doesn`t want is for us to throw too many high balls down the middle because there will be only one winner. Guy`s going to come straight through and take everything.

'I think it will be a big tester for Ryan. But he`s grown up since last year. He`s stronger, quicker, cleverer and he can get us a goal and I`m hoping that he can master Guy.`

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Date:Tuesday March 1 2011

Time: 9:27AM

 

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