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RUFC - Gaffer Happy To Get His Boy

Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans is pleased to have captured his first signing of the summer in Newcastle United's Conor Newton.

The twenty-two year old signed a two-year deal with the Millers with the Gaffer saying, 'He's a Championship player all day and we've worked hard to get him.

Speaking to the Official Site Steve carried on, 'He goes box-to-box, he's an athlete and an energetic midfielder who has fantastic technical ability and I'm sure we've got a good signing.

'Conor originally impressed me when he was playing for Newcastle Under twenty-one's and I've seen him play a number of games up in Scotland and we're looking forward to working with Conor.'




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Date:Friday May 23 2014

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