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RUFC - Raynor Delighted Worrall Is Here

RUFC - Raynor Delighted Worrall Is Here

Rotherham United Assistant Manager Paul Raynor said he was delighted that David Worrall had joined the Millers.

Speaking on MillersPlayer yesterday after the midfielder signed a two-year contract, Raynes told us, 'He was well sought after. He's been and spoken to a couple of other clubs but we are delighted that he's chosen to come to Rotherham United.'

Saying that they had paid a substantial fee for the twenty-three year old, Paul told us of the player`s qualities, 'He's versatile and an excellent crosser of the ball who gets his fair share of goals while being very good technically. At twenty-three we feel his best days are to come and we think he's going to be a real top player for us.'

Saying that he hoped they would be able to announce 'one or two things' at the start of next week, Paul said, 'Talks are ongoing with one or two players at the moment and until that's done we won't be announcing anything.'




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday June 21 2013
Time: 9:04AM

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