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RUFC - Moore on his loanees

Rotherham United loanee, Callum Kennedy played his first full ninety minutes tonight against Bradford City, since joining the Millers from Swindon in February.

In his first game, against Oxford, he was sent-off and he came off the subs bench to play fifteen minutes of the game against Barnet on Saturday.

Speaking after the loss tonight, Millers boss, Ronnie Moore told Radio Sheffield that the thought the twenty-one year old defender did well. 'He was fantastic going forward and good on the ball. I thought he looked a little tired late on but some of his free-kicks and set plays were fantastic and he can be proud of how he's played today.

'And Liam Henderson has worked his socks off again. On another day he might have got himself a goal. He certainly got us a penalty which wasn't given.

Asked about Danny Coid who was injured during the game, Moore said, 'Coidy has got a dead leg so we don't know how that will be. Dale Tonge came on and did well.'

Moore was also asked about the situation with Omar Daley who is on loan from Bradford City, now that Bradford have a new manger, in Peter Jackson, at the helm.

Moore said, 'Peter is thinking of bringing him back. He hasn't seen him. But, we'll have to wait and see what happens.'

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Date:Wednesday March 9 2011

Time: 1:06AM


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