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RUFC - Taylor 'hope more will come'

RUFC - Taylor 'hope more will come'

Rotherham United striker, Ryan Taylor, finally scored his first senior goal for the club on Saturday against Shrewsbury but was a bit worried when the tannoy announcer said the goal belonged to Pablo Mills!

'I know I got the touch,' the nineteen year old told MillersWorld today, 'and I turned round and saw Pablo was celebrating and then was a bit edgy because the tannoy announcer gave it to Pablo. A few words were said at half time!

'I'm just relieved to get the goal. I've been doing well and had a few chances and should have scored by now but I got the goal and was happy with that and the fact that we got the three points.

'I know if I keep going then more will come.'

The young Rotherham born striker has been on loan to Burton Albion this season and he said he looks out for their results on a Saturday and will be looking to see how they went on in the FA Cup this week. When asked what went wrong on Tuesday night at Millmoor, he answered, 'every team has off days and it was just one of those days.'

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday November 26 2007
Time: 3:49PM

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I'm sure now he has one goal the rest will follow!
herringthorpe
26/11/2007 22:21:00
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lets hope so double figures by the end of the season would be nice
miller4life
27/11/2007 00:02:00
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I think he's capable of that. Although, we do have a lot of players who can put the ball in the net
herringthorpe
27/11/2007 10:09:00
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