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Michael Keane Back?

Rotherham United's Michael Keane has been in full training this week after having a nine week lay off due to injury.

He spoke to Millers World earlier today and was asked if he would be in the starting eleven against Doncaster on Saturday, 'You will have to ask the manager that,' he said, 'I have been in every day training and it has been going well.

'I had a torn hamstring, which wasn't too bad, but I think I came back too soon and when I had a scan it was worse. But hopefully that is all behind me now.

'We didn't play very well at Millwall but that is out of the way and we have to look forward. I don't want any relegation on my CV. I want to be out there and make sure we don't get relegated.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 25 2007

Time: 4:52PM

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I think we've missed Keano and his enthusiasm
herringthorpe
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25/01/2007 17:21:00

Hope hes the one to kick start the season,come on keano!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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25/01/2007 22:39:00

 

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