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RUFC - Taylor ' keep plugging away'

Rotherham United striker, Ryan Taylor, scored his first senior league goal on Saturday and his manager, Mark Robins couldn't be more pleased for him

Talking to The Star, Robins said that this should give him the confidence to go on and get more. 'You always remember your first goal, no matter how it comes, and he will score better than that one. But it's an important one for him and no one can take it away from him.

'We'd been talking about it only last week and I told him once he got his first goal it would give him encouragment to know he could do it and go on and get more.

'You know, he's only had a handful of starts and not a lot of experience and I'm pleased how he's handling the step-up. He led the line really well and, like some of the others, he's only a young lad and the more experience he has the better he will get.

'If he keeps going and keeps plugging away there should be plenty more to come from him.'




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Date:Tuesday November 27 2007

Time: 10:28AM

 

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