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Henderson - Happy To Return

Rotherham United's Ian Henderson's loan spell ends after the final game of the season, next week against Bristol City and he is also out of contract at his club, Norwich City.

He says he would be happy to return to play at Millmoor next season and told Radio Sheffield, 'I have enjoyed my time at Rotherham and I have always played with a smile on my face.

'I would like to thank Alan Knill for bringing me here on loan and also to Mark Robins for keeping faith with me.

'I would be happy to play at any level as long as I am playing week in and week out.'

Striker, Henderson, scored his first goal for the Millers on Saturday against Cheltenham Town.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 30 2007

Time: 5:27PM

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I'M MORE THAN HAPPY FOR HIM TO STAY ...
MILLERS1884
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30/04/2007 17:29:00

bring him back at least he gives 100%
Mexbro miller
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30/04/2007 20:12:00

Yes, I like Hendo too
herringthorpe
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30/04/2007 20:26:00

 

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