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Canaries boss on Millers loan deal

Norwich City manager Peter Grant spoke to Canaries world about the loan deal which sees striker Ian Henderson move to Rotherham United.

'I think it's a good move for Hendo, he'll hopefully get some good competitive games under his belt which he needs' said Grant.

The former England youth international had his last training session at Norwich today before his move to Millmoor and Grant added, 'I'll hopefully get the chance to watch him play under the sort of pressure competitive football brings while he's up there'.




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Date:Thursday January 11 2007

Time: 12:33PM

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Definately be competitive.....were fighting against the drop.
zipadeedoodah
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11/01/2007 12:53:00

Should do well for you if played more central striker, last manager persisted in playing the lad wide right and he was never able to show what he has got under his bonnet. So never had a fair crack of the whip in my opinion. Let us know how he gets on at nn24.net
jimmybone
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11/01/2007 13:23:00

Will do Jimmy, (70's hero Jimmy bone i take it mate, finished his career down at Bramall lane i believe.)
zipadeedoodah
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11/01/2007 13:44:00

Lets hope he shows the potential you think he has jimmyb and keeps us up
miller4life
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11/01/2007 15:06:00

Yep Zip.. he was a breath of fresh air when he came to us and linked up with David Cross all those years ago. I think he can come good he took a lot of stick from the sections of the crowd at Carrow Rd.. but he was young and out of position. But as to keeping you up that is a team thing...you aren't far off the pace and all looks a little tight.. a little run and you will alright...
jimmybone
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11/01/2007 17:27:00

 

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