UK time is: 01:19:46
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

RUFC - Dyer 'I want success'

Rotherham United's on loan striker, Bruce Dyer has told The Advertiser that he hasn't come to Millmoor for an 'easy ride.'

'I want some success from the last few years of my career,' said the thirty-three year old, 'I look after myself and try and keep myself disciplined.

'The last two years have been a funny period for me but football is a funny old game. You can be down one minute and back up the next and I am always open to opportunities and anything is possible. As long as my mind is set and I keep working hard then things can change in an instant.'

At the beginning of last week, Dyer was in the Doncaster Rovers squad, then he went on international duty with Montserrat and when he got back his months loan deal to the Millers had been signed and sealed and he found himself in the starting line up against Wrexham at the Racecourse Ground, where he played for eighty minutes.

Asked if he would be willing to stay on at Millmoor if asked, he replied, 'I am playing things by ear. I'm here for a month and we'll see how it goes and see what Doncaster and Rotherham say after that.

'I hadn't played a game for a while so it was good to play on Saturday. As a striker you need games. playing gives you confidence and the chance to score goals.

'I've still got a bit to do with my fitness but it wasn't bad and I was happy to have played, though it was more important that we got the three points.

'It's a young side and there's a good team spirit here and everybody seems to be together which is a great start for any team. Maybe my experience can help but, remember, you are never too old to learn'






Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Join the Vital Fantasy Football League - its Free!

The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 21 2007

Time: 9:20AM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Articles

RUFC - Alan Lee, Alan, Alan, Alan Lee (Thursday April 17 2014)

RUFC - Skipper Looking For Commitment (Thursday April 17 2014)

RUFC - Millers To Return To Scotland (Thursday April 17 2014)

RUFC - Head-to-Head v Wolves (Thursday April 17 2014)

RUFC - Ref Watch v Wolves (Wednesday April 16 2014)

RUFC - Webb 'Fantastic Honour' For NYS (Wednesday April 16 2014)

RUFC - Ticket Update (Tuesday April 15 2014)

Archived Articles

List All Vital Rotherham Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

1. rybel_b 622
2. herringthorpe 501
3. sixpence 258
4. mos60 94
5. MILLER NEZ 38
6. nearlyataff 37
7. Millie Miller 29
8. axholme 17
9. nogginthenog 15
10. mvmiller 13

League Results (view all)

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
1. Wolves 42 28 9 5 51 93
2. Brentford 42 26 9 7 29 87
3. Leyton Orient 42 23 11 8 39 80
4. Rotherham 42 22 13 7 28 79
5. Preston 42 21 16 5 23 79
6. Peterborough 42 21 4 17 10 67
7. Swindon 42 17 9 16 5 60

Breaking League News

Management Respond To Tranmere Victory
Crawley : 17/04/2014 23:47:00
Coventry City 1992/93 - Alive and Kicking (Part 9)
Coventry : 17/04/2014 21:57:00
SUFC Sheffield United Greatest Ever
Sheff Utd : 17/04/2014 21:46:00
RUFC - Soon Be Time To Sort Out Contracts
Rotherham : 17/04/2014 19:01:00
Ref Watch: Bantams v Posh - Sky Bet League One
Peterborough : 17/04/2014 19:00:00
Blades to put another nail in Stevenage coffin?
Sheff Utd : 17/04/2014 18:00:00
Easter Part 1 - Crawley (A)
Leyton Orient : 17/04/2014 17:18:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Which of these loanees would you like to see back next season
Suggested By:  
James Tavernier 64%
Haris Vuckic 7%
Miles Addison 7%
Richie Smallwood 7%
Tom Hitchcock 15%
None 0%