Moore hunting loan market as Wroe interest rebuffed

15 October 2010 10:45
Millers manager Ronnie Moore is now in the hunt for an experienced centre half aswell as a midfield man, but dismisses speculation linking him with Torquay skipper Nicky Wroe. With injury to Nick Fenton and Exodus Geohaghon and Dean Holden's loans up after the Macclesfield game in early November, Moore is after some experienced cover at the back."Fenners had a scan on his calf - it's the other leg this time and that will keep him out for 2-4 weeks", Moore told Radio Sheffield's Football Heaven."Exy's loan is up and Dean Holden also goes back, I've got John Mullins who can fill in there but I want some experience, it's just a case of managers saying 'yes, lets do a deal and we're willing to let you have someone for a month', I've got young Luke (Ashworth) but I want some experienced cover."Posh want 100 grand for Exodus so I can't see anything happening there."Meanwhile Moore ruled out messageboard chat linking him with Nicky Wroe, who has been transfer listed at Torquay."They are looking at near enough 100 grand or maybe a part-ex, which is out of our range at the moment - I want a sitter who can go in there and pass it, and he's more of a box to box lad who'll get you goals but we'll sit tight on that just at the moment."We're going to give Bradders a chance to do that at the weekend and we've been working on him sitting and getting a range of passing going to set us on the attack - his passing in training has been magnificent to be fair", added Moore.Welcome to MillersMadHere's our LATEST Messageboard topics MillersMAD are proud sponsors of Miller Bear's home kit