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RUFC - Brogan on Saturday's draw

RUFC - Brogan on Saturday's draw

Rotherham United's set-piece taker, Stephen Brogan scored a wonderful goal from a free kick on Saturday to put the Millers in front at home against Wycombe. Unfortunately, they couldn't hold on and the away team got an equaliser from a freak goal in the second half.

Speaking to RotherFM, the nineteen year old said, 'We were disappointed after the game to only get a point. We'd been playing well in the first half and to lose to a fluke goal was disappointing. But, they came out for the second half and did well and they are a good passing team. We came off at the end gutted.

'I'm having a great first season and I'm enjoying playing for my own town. It's a nice feeling knowing that you've got friends and family watching you. I'm pleased with what I'm doing and I've been working on free kicks in training and it's a good feeling when it comes off.

'We've got a difficult period of fixtures with MK Dons, Hereford, Chester and Peterborough - they will all be tough games. And, at least we didn't lose on Saturday and if we win next week at Chester then it makes it a good point.

'I'm pleased with what I, and the team, are doing at the moment and hope we can go on and get promotion.'

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday January 22 2008
Time: 4:16PM

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Well said Stephen. You was my MotM!!
rybel_b
22/01/2008 17:22:00
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Mine too - for the goal, his work rate and effort
herringthorpe
23/01/2008 16:51:00
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so he has it down pat and it is good to have players analysis the team it helps them think of what more they can do to contribute overall
ozanne park rangers
23/01/2008 18:56:00
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It's good to see a 'home grown lad' doing well for the team - Brogan is one of many this season
herringthorpe
23/01/2008 19:04:00
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