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RUFC - Alfie thanks fans

Rotherham United have said goodbye to striker, Adam Le Fondre as his transfer to Reading has been confirmed this lunchtime.

Speaking to the Official Site, Alfie thanked the fans for the 'unbelievable support' they'd given him while he has been with the Millers.

The twenty-four year old has agreed a three-year deal with Reading, subject to a medical and he said, 'Rotherham is a great club. I have had some great moments over the past two years and there are one or two highlights that stick out in my mind. The game against Lincoln when I scored twice, they were probably the two best goals that I have scored in my career, and then the game against Cheltenham when I scored four goals, they were special moments.

'From my perspective ideally both Rotherham and Reading get promoted this season, then maybe we could have a friendly in the new stadium and I can thank the fans properly, that would be ideal.'

Alfie is also a bit upset at leaving his team mates behind and said, ''I will miss the lads especially the ones in the car school. It was heart wrenching to break-up the car school but I will feel safe in the knowledge that even though I am moving to Reading, Jason Taylor's voice will still be audible despite the distance!'

All at Vital Rotherham wish Alfie all the best for his future - and hope to see him on the score sheet for Reading very soon





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Date:Saturday August 27 2011

Time: 12:56PM

 

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