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Henderson on Millmoor move

Rotherham United's new loan signing Ian Henderson from Norwich City told Canaries World about his move this morning.

The Thetford born striker who will be 22 in 13 days time said, 'It's going to be great to get first team football again, I've been out injured for three months and need to get my match fitness up'.

Ironically the injury Henderson sustained was on his last Norwich appearence at Millmoor in the Carling Cup game in September.
Ian suffered Knee ligament damage during City's 4-2 victory.

Henderson added, 'Funnily enough i got injured there, but it's all in the past.
Im going to look to the future, and hopefully i can score some goals'.




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Date:Thursday January 11 2007

Time: 12:47PM

Your Comments

Look forward to seeing Ian playing alongside Facey.
zipadeedoodah
I concur with his last statement "hopefully i can score some goals " and so do all millers supporters
miller4life
Welcome to Ian - we need goals!
herringthorpe
welcome aboard pal, hope you`ve brought your lucky boots with you
Mexbro miller
 

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