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RUFC - Striker hoping to rejuvenate his career

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Rotherham United striker, Lewis Grabban, who joined at the start of this week says it won`t phase him moving down to League Two.

Grabban, who was with Manager Andy Scott at Brentford, began his career with Crystal Palace before moving to Millwall and then onto Griffin Park where he made twenty-six appearances last season, scoring five goals.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, the twenty-three year old said, 'You need to do what you have to do to benefit your career.

'I think I need to get as many games in as possible and to have a full season to rejuvenate my career.`





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Date:Friday July 8 2011

Time: 11:56AM

 

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