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Millers Che Thanks Robbo

Rotherham United clinched the loan signing of Che Wilson from Southend in the dying seconds of the transfer market on Thursday.

Che was talking to MillersWorld earlier today.

'I thoroughly enjoyed my first game,' he said.'It was a tough game but we gave a good account of ourselves and were unfortunate not to come away with something.

'I haven't been here long but they seem to be a great bunch of lads and have made me welcome. I trained on Friday, played Saturday and trained a little yesterday so I am just getting to know them. Mark Robins has been very forthcoming and I want to thank him for giving me a chance.

'Blackpool will be another tough game, they are a tough outfit,' he said of tomorrow evenings game at Millmoor.'But, all the signs were there on Saturday and we should hopefully come out of it with three points.'

He was asked what he thought he might bring to the team. 'I am a little senior to most of the lads here so am a little more experienced. And it's also a fresh pair of legs; a fresh body in.'


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday March 26 2007
Time: 2:14PM

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Welcome to che and hopefully to 3 points tomorrow and the start of our long climb out of relegation cos it's not impossible to do fingers crossed and UP THE MILLERS
miller4life
26/03/2007 14:45:00
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I like the positive thinking. Can't wait to see him play tomorrow!
rybel_b
26/03/2007 15:30:00
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I thought you might like the bit about the fresh pair of legs, Bez! Good Luck tomorrow Che.
herringthorpe
26/03/2007 19:27:00
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