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RUFC - ITM 'Annerson will do OK'

Rotherham United striker, Ian Thomas-Moore expects goalkeeper, Jamie Annerson to easily step into Andy Warrington`s boots while the Millers number one shot stopper recovers from injury.

Warrington could be out for the rest of the month after cutting his toe badly in the game last weekend and chipping a bone.

Speaking to The Star, Ian said, 'Andy has been brilliant this season and I know my dad had a lot of time for him when he was here, but I`m sure Jamie will get a chance now and will be good enough to play. I`ve seen him in training and he strikes a good ball and starting his career with Sheffield United, Jamie has a bit of pedigree so I don`t think we`ve got anything to worry about.`

Jamie has played seven times for the Millers this season.

Meanwhile, Thomas-Moore said about the thigh injury that kept him out of the loss on Saturday, 'It`s a strange one because it`s something I`ve never had before. But, it is getting better every day so hopefully I`ll be OK for Saturday.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday April 7 2011
Time: 10:13AM

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