Date: 16th October 2010 at 9:14pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that when Exodus Geohaghon remembers he’s a centre-back and not Georgie Best then he’ll be OK.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield after Exodus had scored the Millers second equaliser this afternoon at Accrington, Moore said, ‘I think the last four or five games he’s been fantastic for us. He’s defended really well and he’s got to get it out of his head that he’s a centre-half and not a right winger or left winger. He gets carried away at times! He’s been fantastic and was certainly one of our better players today.’

Asked about the one hundred grand Peterborough are asking for Exodus, Moore said, ‘Well that’s not going to happen is it? But we can talk and ask and see what happens but I wouldn’t pay that much for a centre-half I don’t care who it is. There’s plenty of centre-halves who can kick and head it but Exodus is one of them who is an exception to the rule. He thinks he’s Bobby Moore at times and thinks he’s Georgie Best some times and when he settles down to being a centre-back he’ll be OK.’




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