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Keane, keen to stay at Millmoor.

Whether Rotherham United start season 2007-08 in League One or Two, Irish Midfielder Michael Keane wants to remain part of the set up at Millmoor.
The Dublin born player will see his current contract expire in the summer and is hoping to re-sign for the next campaign.
Suspensions cut short his season last year, and injuries have seen him miss 4 months of this season, so the tenacious pocket battleship is eager to make up for lost time.
He told the Rotherham Advertiser,
'Im settled in Rotherham and i have a lot of affection for the club and it's supporters.
It's been a tough two years here and a nightmare for me in the last four months not being able to play and seeing the team struggle'

Keane, who signed for The Millers on a free transfer from Hull City in March 2005 added,
'I know i had a few sendings off last season but i've learnt from them and i just want to get back playing so everyone can see the best of me.
Rotherham is where i see my future and i'm not interested in going anywhere else until things are sorted out here.
I want to stay around and help get the club back to where it belongs.'




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Date:Friday April 6 2007

Time: 6:22AM

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Someone wants to stay! Yeah!!!
herringthorpe
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06/04/2007 08:36:00

A NICE GUY , I TRULY HOPE HIS SENTIMENTS ARE TRUE .... WOULD BE GR8 TO SEE HIM KICK A FEW NEXT SEASON .....
MILLERS1884
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06/04/2007 09:19:00

he needs to keep his temper in check if he is to be offered a new deal,he misses too many games for me
Mexbro miller
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06/04/2007 11:25:00

Without his temperament he wouldn't be the finished article, but he really needs to work on the constant retaliation. Players have got wise to him and know the buttons to press to set him off.
zipadeedoodah
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06/04/2007 11:59:00

 

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