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RUFC - Coughlan 'won't be fazed'

Rotherham United captain, Graham Coughlan, has told Radio RotherFM that he won't let it bother him that he is meeting up with ex club Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow night in the Carling Cup first round.

'I've done it before,' Coughlan said, 'so it's nothing new and it won't faze me.

'Anyway, it's not about Graham Coughlan it's about Rotherham United and the eleven players who take the field.'

Coughlan, thirty two, was let go by The Owls at the end of last season having made forty-seven starts for them, scoring five goals and skippering the team.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 15 2007

Time: 4:38PM

Your Comments

One things for sure, he'll get a great reception from us Owls, you millers have got a fantastic defender there
johnnywalker69
Yep - I believe we have, johnny.
herringthorpe
still don`t know how we got him but glad we did
Mexbro miller
Heard nothing but praise from owls fans for him all pre-season.
zipadeedoodah
wish he had stayed with us, solid defender and committed, will do well for you boys this year
Holl
 

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