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RUFC - Robins on Taylor

RUFC - Robins on Taylor

Rotherham United striker, Ryan Taylor had a bit of a bad experience on Saturday, when a section of his own fans (though I use that word loosely) booed him when he was substituted. Sad, but true.

The nineteen year old could have taken this to heart and his confidence could have been badly dented and I felt a bit of trepidation for him when he stepped onto the pitch last night. But, I have to say, this young man battled from the start last night and manager, Mark Robins told RotherWorld after the game, 'It was a test of Ryan's character and he came through it with flying colours. He was unlucky not to score on a couple of occasions and I thought he led the line well and won his fair share in the air. This will stand him in good stead and each game he plays he will get better and his confidence will improve.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday November 7 2007
Time: 10:32AM

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I so wanted this young man to get a goal last night! With the chances he's been making it won't be long
herringthorpe
07/11/2007 11:10:00
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(in a scottish accent) You'll never win anything with kids!!!
TheVillager
08/11/2007 00:31:00
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