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Hereford in Striker Crisis

Rotherham Uniteds first opponents of the new season Hereford are currently experiencing a striker crisis as their top scorer of last season Allan Connell has rejected a new deal. The striker has signed for Brentford instead on a two year deal reports todays Rotherham Star.This means that manager Graham Turner has now got to turn his attentions to bringing in a new striker as he also released strike duo Stuart Fleetwood and Tom Sills and the end of last season.




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Writer: mexbro miller Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 3 2007

Time: 2:10PM

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i hope they struggle to find one
Mexbro miller
And Williams is coming to us, they seem to be in a bit of trouble at the moment.
Norway Gas
GOOD NEWS LETS HOPE THEIR CRISIS LASTS .....
MILLERS1884
Making excuses already for thier opening day defeat.....tut-tut That's a load of BULLocks
zipadeedoodah
 

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