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ENGLAND/ SWANSEA, Moore vows to fight for place

04.03.2013 11.30 by TM W  read 588
Source: Skysport
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Swansea striker Luke Moore is determined to finish the season well as he fights to win a new deal at the club.

"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that I've been frustrated this season," admitted Moore.

"When you're not playing, it can be a lonely place. But I haven't asked for a meeting with Michael because I don't think it's the right time.

"I'm just getting on with things. There's no point in moping about. I need to finish the season as best as I can. That's all I can do."


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