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RUFC - Rhys not thinking of his future just yet

RUFC - Rhys not thinking of his future just yet

Rotherham United loanee 'keeper, Rhys Taylor says that he is having a break before making any decisions about his future.

The twenty-two year olds deal at Chelsea expires in the summer, but his spell with the Millers and with Crewe the season before should mean he has no problems of getting something sorted for next season.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, the Welsh U21 International said, 'We`ll see what options I`ve got at the start of the season. I`m not going to rush into anything. I am going to start afresh somewhere and kick on with my career.`

The shot-stopper won`t be travelling with the Blues to watch them in the Champions League but says he will still be rooting for them, 'It will be a difficult game but I`ve a lot of faith in them. I`ve spoken to the boys and wished them luck.`

Of course, with Jamie Annerson being put on the transfer list, the Millers themselves are a bit short on stopping power and Rhys is one of the names doing the rumour rounds as one who could be brought in.


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday May 18 2012
Time: 9:15AM

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