Date: 1st March 2013 at 6:58pm
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Rotherham United striker Alex Revell is looking forward to going back to Roots Hall where he played around thirty games before being let go by Southend in January 2010.

Speaking to Joe Cawthorn of The Advertiser the twenty-nine year old said, ‘It’s not an easy place to go to but I’m looking forward to it and we go on a good little run.’

The Millers lost miserably to the Shrimpers at the New York Stadium in October although Alex didn’t play being suspended. But last season at Roots Hall the Millers came away with all three points after a two-nil win with Alex scoring the second goal.

Speaking about his play at the moment Revs said, ‘I think I’m playing well and I’m enjoying myself. Me and Nards (Daniel Nardiello) are linking up well and causing problems. We do have to improve as a whole team but we are creating chances and we just have to keep going.’

Revs has appeared thirty-three games this season, scoring four goals.



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