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RUFC - Troy on his move away from the Millers

RUFC - Troy on his move away from the Millers

Rotherham United have loaned out defender, Troy Brown to Aldershot until the end of the season, with Millers Manager, Andy Scott saying that the twenty-one year old will hopefully get games under his belt.
Troy, who has only been involved in six games since joining the Millers in the summer spoke to Radio Surrey about his move to the Recreation Ground, saying, 'I moved to Rotherham in the summer and things haven't quite worked out for me. So, I've moved here to prove them wrong and prove to myself that I can perform at this level as well as higher levels.

'I've played in the Championship and didn't disgrace myself and I could have stayed with Ipswich but I had the option to move and get games and experience

'I'm originally from the South of England and moving up North was quite a big move for me and moving back down to be near my family and friends will be good for me to be settled and I can only see this as a positive. It's a good opportunity for me and I'm grateful for it.'

Troy will probably play against Oxford tomorrow and said, ' I played against them for Rotherham in the first game of the season and we won one-nil. They're a good team.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday January 6 2012
Time: 2:09PM

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