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Keane - Needs Games

Rotherham United caretaker manager, Mark Robins, is trying to organise a private friendly game next week to give Michael Keane a run-out.

'He needs games,' Robins told The Star, 'He played in the reserve game in mid-week for nearly eighty minutes but was tired. I want to try and organise this friendly and I want him to play in the next reserve game too.

'The sooner we get him back to match fitness - and our other injured players - the better.'

Keane has been out since playing in the FA Cup defeat against Peterborough in November.




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Date:Saturday March 10 2007

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