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RUFC - Robins 'Dyer hungry to play'

Rotherham United's emergency loanee striker, Bruce Dyer, might be in line for a start tomorrow, according to The Advertiser.

After manager, Mark Robins tried out different striker combinations against Darlington last weekend, none of which proved fruitful, he had said he was on the lookout for reinforcements.

'Bruce brings us that something extra,' Robins said, 'he has scored goals at higher levels and had a good pre-season. He is hungry to play.

'We've brought him in for a month initially but that can always be extended.'

Let's hope the goals start to come and that some of Dyer's experience rubs off on the younger strikers at the club.




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Date:Friday September 14 2007

Time: 9:52AM

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IF HE'S HUNGRRY GIVE HIM A MEAL ...... OR GIVE HIM A START TOMORROW :-)
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