Ruddy aims to bow out on a high

24 April 2009 09:16
Goalkeeper John Ruddy has said he intends to end his loan spell with Crewe Alexandra on a winning note.The Everton man plays his final game at Alexandra on Friday night against former club Stockport County. [LNB]The 22-year-old told BBC Radio Stoke: "I just want the three points for Crewe which would give them a great chance of staying up." [LNB]A first win in nine would take the Alex out of the bottom four in League One until their rivals play on Saturday. [LNB]Ruddy has made 18 starts since he arrived from Everton at the end of January, keeping six clean sheets.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] emp_load.getEmpEmbeddedParams("emp_8015993");Steve Collis, who lost his place to Ruddy, is expected to deputise for the final game of the season at home to champions Leicester City on Saturday, 2 May. [LNB]He added: "I think if you don't get nervous before a game, it shows you don't care. [LNB]"I always get nervous before games but once the whistle blows you have to get it out of your head."

Source: BBC_Sport