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Facey On His Future

Facey  On His Future

Rotherham United's much travelled striker, Delroy Facey, has told the Rotherham Advertiser that he is in no hurry to leave Millmoor.

The twenty-six year old, who has scored thirteen goals this season, still has another year left on his contract with the Millers and says at the end of the season he will have to sit down and discuss his future.

'You have to be open-minded in football,' he said, 'I might want to stay but the club might want me to leave and vice versa. But as far as I'm concerned I am contracted to Rotherham United and am a Rotherham United player until told otherwise.'

Facey is in no doubt that the long run of nineteen games with only one win was the clubs downfall.

'It killed our season.' he says, People are talking about recent loses but it was those nineteen games where the damage was done.

'We know we're down but what we've got to do is go out and get six points in our last two games and then we can say it wasn't the ten points penalty that sent us down.

'We have to be professional and go out and give 100%'





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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday April 27 2007
Time: 10:27AM

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6 points would be an excellent way to finish the season in style
zipadeedoodah
27/04/2007 12:41:00
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