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RUFC - Noble not back for Tuesday

Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans said yesterday that he would be meeting with midfielder David Noble this morning to have a 'chat' which we understand was to be about his future with the club.

'I need to know he wants to be here,' the Millers boss told the Official Site. 'I love the lad but I will only have dedicated and motivated players who want what to be part of what we have here.'

As baldtobe said in an article yesterday we had heard rumours of a 'bust-up' in the camp regarding Noble and it could be that the thirty year old could have been told to 'take time out' to think about his career with the Millers.

And, according to reports today the former Exeter City player has been given another couple of days in which to 'resolve personal issues' and he should be back in training on Thursday or Friday.
This, of course, means he will be missing for the game against Rochdale at home tomorrow evening although it could be better news for Mark Bradley who is rated as fifty-fifty as is Kari Arnason.

It would be great if both Arni and Bradley were back but I wouldn't like to see them rushed into anything. As for Noble - well, he wasn't the only one I was hearing rumours about.




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Date:Monday September 17 2012

Time: 11:35AM

 

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