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RUFC - Joseph on Peterborough

RUFC - Joseph on Peterborough

Rotherham United defender, Marc Joseph, played for Peterborough for just over a year and says he is looking forward to going back tonight.

Speaking to MillersWorld he said, 'I don't know how many of the fans will remember me but I did enjoy my time at Peterborough. I enjoyed working with Barry Fry and if he's there tonight I'll have a word with him. It's changed since I was there and there are a lot of new people in but the office staff will be the same. The biggest game I remember was when we played Newcastle in the FA Cup and we should really have come away with something but we lost four-two. I hope to get a good reception.

'It's a big game tonight and we hope there will be a full house. Our travelling supporters have been amazing this season and exceeded what we expected. If they keep noisy then we will perform for them.

'On Saturday I played a different role, at centre half, in the team, which I didn't know about until I got on the coach. I don't mind playing there and in some respects I actually prefer it because it's a more physical game and more hands on and you are involved a lot more in the game.'

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday January 29 2008
Time: 11:37AM

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