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RUFC - Josh - No-Brainer' To Join Millers

RUFC - Josh - No-Brainer' To Join Millers

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Rotherham United's latest recruit, loanee Josh Morris was delighted to be involved in the win over Plymouth at the New York Stadium on Saturday.

Speaking after the game to MillersPlayer the twenty-one year old said, 'It was great to be here and I enjoyed the game

'I played for Blackburn in the pre-season but wasn't going to be involved there so when Rotherham came in for me it was a no-brainer. And it wasn't really a step down because I'd have been playing in Blackburn Reserves. It doesn't matter what level I'm playing at as long as I'm playing because I can't be doing with sitting around watching the results come in.

'It's a lot quicker game and more physical than the Premier league. If it hadn't been for their 'keeper we should have been two or three up at half-time but we managed to win which was three points and what we needed.

Saying he knew that the Millers had a new stadium, the England U21 midfielder said, 'When I came to see it on Friday morning I couldn't believe it and you could tell the aspirations of the club.'

Speaking about playing for the England U20's team, Josh said, 'I've played for them three times and went to the World Cup in Columbia which was a great experience.'

Well, for what it's worth, I thought Josh was the Man of the Match on Saturday. To say he'd only trained once with the other players, and then Lionel Ainsworth was injured before the game and Dale Tonge a few minutes in, I thought he did very well.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday October 30 2012
Time: 6:57PM

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