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RUFC - Big Guy on his return

Rotherham United have re-signed defender, Guy Branston on a three month emergency loan from Bradford City.

Guy was with the Millers from 1999 to 2004 and got two promotions with the club.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, the Leicester born thirty-two year old said, 'I was very surprised when I got a phoned call from my gaffer last night.

'When he told me who the club was I thought it was an opportunity to come and play football which is what I`m all about. I don`t believe in keeping benches warm so I took the opportunity and I`ve got a big grin on my face.`

Talking about when he was with the Millers before, he said, 'I`m a different person. I`m calmer and more relaxed and this is a different club now. It`s a new Chairman, Manager and new players, other than Warney (Paul Warne). Warney and I are good friends and we had an amazing time here and we played together at Oldham and he`s one of my life long football friends.

'There`s some exciting players here and I`m really excited about them going forward but there`s work to be done going backwards because defensively they`ve been conceding. I`m willing to get on the training pitch and work at that.

'Andy (Scott) is a very successful manager for such a young man and I can`t wait to work for him.

'It`s going to be good and really enjoyable and I`m very positive so hopefully we can win a few football matches and go from there.

Asked about being thrown in the deep end this evening at Bristol Rovers, Guy said, 'I`m a good swimmer.`

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Date:Friday October 14 2011

Time: 11:46AM

 

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