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RUFC - Burton 'Respect Millers'

RUFC - Burton 'Respect Millers'

Ex-Rotherham United player, Deon Burton, has told Wednesday's Official Site that he is looking forward to returning to Millmoor.

'I'm looking forward to being involved,' Burton said, after getting over a knee injury,'and going back to my old club.'

Burton, joined the Owls from Rotherham in January 2006 after playing twenty seven games and scoring fourteen goals for The Millers.

'I might get a bit of a reception,' the striker carried on, 'that's to be expected but I have moved onto a bigger club.

'We have to treat every game with respect and this will be Rotherham's biggest game of the season.

'There's always some banana skins and lower teams always want to prove something as the cup results have already shown this week.

'The teams from higher divisions have to knuckle down and grind out results.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday August 15 2007
Time: 6:10PM

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Quote 'I might get a bit of a reception' - Deon, I don't think there'll be any 'might' about it!
herringthorpe
15/08/2007 18:18:00
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also i`ve moved onto a bigger club...until i find another one more like
Mexbro miller
15/08/2007 19:15:00
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He will shut up when hes got a red hot steak and kidney wrapped round his lug-oil......not mine obviously.
zipadeedoodah
16/08/2007 02:09:00
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