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Eugen Bopp

Eugen Bopp

Former Bayern Munich trainee, Eugen Bopp, told TEAMtalk that he signed for the Millers because he was made to feel very welcome by the supporters, players and management.

He also said he believes Rotherham United are one of the few sides in League One who play attractive football. 'There are so many teams in this league who just lump it forward, 'he said, 'while we like to play football. This is why I chose the club.`

The six foot tall midfielder played for the Millers in some of the pre season friendlies, after being released by Nottingham Forest. He scored a couple of goals and signed originally on a short term deal.

Asked about how he feels the season will pan out he answered, 'We just have to keep on doing what we`ve been doing well.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 5:27PM

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we could do with signing him up to a longer deal now
Mexbro miller
08/01/2007 17:58:00
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Ill be very happy to see him in a Millers shirt for a few seasons.
zipadeedoodah
08/01/2007 19:32:00
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Sign him up before we lose another player knilly.
eebbee
08/01/2007 21:41:00
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I've never seen him play in real life, but the reliable source of management games seem to imply he is a very good player.. one who could be at much higher levels.
getintoem
10/01/2007 09:36:00
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