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Breckin - 'I'm Going No Where'

Ex Rotherham United full back, John Breckin has been linked with a move back to Millmoor.

After Mark Robins was officially appointed as Rotherham United manager yesterday speculation has it that Tranmere's assistant boss would be coming to join Robins on the management team.

But, not according to Tranmere's Official Site, who insist that Ronnie Moore's right hand man is staying put.

'Tranmere is a great club,' Breckin told the Official Site, 'I enjoy working alongside Ronnie, the players and the coaching staff. I'm very happy at Prenton Park. I'm not going anywhere.'

It was thought that Breckin, who still lives in Rotherham, was tired of travelling to the Wirrel every day and had applied for a job at Millmoor.




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Date:Saturday April 7 2007

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