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DRFC - Byfield wants success

Darren Byfield wants Doncaster to be positive this season rather than being happy to just stay in the Championship.

He wants them to follow last seasons example set by his previous club Bristol City.
Bristol lost in the play off final against Hull City in their first season in the Championship.

The striker speaking to the Yorkshire Post said 'You have got to be ambitious and I have not come here to finish fourth from bottom'

The player was Bristol City's top scorer last season but was only substitute in the play off final.

Recalling the mood of the Bristol players at the start of last season he said ' We were going for promotion from the word'go'. Other people were saying finishing fourth from bottom would be a good season'

The 32 year old is looking forward to playing under Sean O'Driscoll and with Doncaster bringing in three more players in the last week confidence should be rising in the Doncaster camp.


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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 5 2008

Time: 6:12PM

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I liked Byfield when he was at Millmoor
herringthorpe
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05/08/2008 21:01:00

Byfield will do well for you.Well i for one at least hope he does.
kazza
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06/08/2008 13:55:00

I hope he does but I cannot see him scoring 15-20 goals which we need.
dazza71
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06/08/2008 18:37:00

he shud be happy if you finish fourth from bottom
mattyg
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07/08/2008 16:04:00

I must admit thats my first priority!
dazza71
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08/08/2008 08:52:00

 

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