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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans says that losing defender Mark Bradley is a bit of a blow.

The twenty-five year old is out for the rest of the season with a broken ankle and Evans told MillersPlayer, 'Mark's been excellent for us and he's an absolute supreme professional and I don't use that about every player in the squad. He showed a real desire to be a Miller back in the summer and he's always given his best. What he lacks a little in quality he makes up with commitment.

'He's quality in terms of his willingness to work as hard as he can. We knew he'd got a sore one when he was limping towards the end of the match against Dagenham but we thought he'd be OK the next day but he's got a fracture of the bone.'

Mark joined the Millers from Walsall in July 2010 and has made around eighty appearances which includes thirty-two this season and three goals.



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Date:Thursday March 14 2013

Time: 6:18PM

 

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