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RUFC - Taylor gone for a Burton

RUFC - Taylor gone for a Burton

Rotherham United's nineteen year old striker, Ryan Taylor, has gone out on loan to Blue Square Premier Side, Burton Albion and according to their Official Site, it is for a month.

Taylor came off the bench for their two-nil win over Woking yesterday and manager, Nigel Clough, said 'He did quite well and is in with a good shout of starting on Tuesday. He looked bright and did all the right things. I don't think he will be fazed with this level physically.'

Taylor has been doing well for the Millers Reserves this season and has twice come off the bench for the first team.

In my opinion, this is what Taylor needs, to get regular first team football and therefore, when he returns to Millmoor, he will be ready if needed.

There is also a possibility of other younger players going out on loan.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Sunday September 23 2007
Time: 6:19PM

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it`s what we need to do
Mexbro miller
23/09/2007 18:28:00
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I think i've posted this before but he seems to go to pieces when he gets in the first team. In the Reserves the kid is great. This can only help him build up his confidence.
herringthorpe
23/09/2007 18:37:00
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