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Moore continues player hunt as fans await news on stadium land

25 Nov 2010 12:53:26

Moore continues player hunt as fans await news on stadium land

Ronnie Moore was out watching a centre half last night as he continues his player search ahead of tonights loan deadline, but looks set to miss out on Abdulai Bell-Baggie. Moore was at a reserve fixture to watch a Premiership defender but refused to give any names ahead of todays loan deadline at 5pm.Meanwhile having enquired about a return for Reading winger Abdulai Bell-Baggie yesterday, it appears the 18 year-old will join BSP high flyers Crawley Town to be nearer his home."We have got the knockback on five players but we have to keep trying," said the Millers manager to the Star."I don't want us to get caught short if at all possible in defence particularly as Ryan Cresswell has been having the trouble with his back although we hope there will be some improvement on this with the treatment he's been having."Meanwhile fans and the club eagerly await for news from a council meeting today, to find out whether initial applications to build the clubs new stadium on the Guest and Chrimes site has been given the nod.Stephen Brogan, Tom Pope and Tom Elliott were scorers in the reserves as they beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 yesterday afternoon. Trialists Chris Arthur and Dutchman Ched Jenner were given runouts. Welcome to MillersMadHere's our LATEST Messageboard topics MillersMAD are proud sponsors of Miller Bear's home kit  


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