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Reed grateful for the support

“It means a lot to hear the fans singing my name in games and it really spurs me on to give a little bit more"

21 December 2018

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Roaming Rovers midfielder Harrison Reed says the support from the stands has helped him settle into life in East Lancashire.

Reed's been a regular in the Rovers side since signing from Southampton in the summer and quickly established himself as a favourite with the fans.
 
The 23-year-old has received the backing from the fans in more ways than one though, and one supporter has even made badges in the honour of The Ginger Ninja!
 
“It means a lot to hear the fans singing my name in games and it really spurs me on to give a little bit more as well," the number four told iFollow Rovers ahead of tomorrow's game against old club Norwich City.
 
"It's pushed me on more and hopefully I will continue to do that.
 
“Jen Bellamy has produced badges and it’s been great. I’ve had a lot of contact on Twitter with her and I think she has raised £600 for a fantastic cause, so great credit to her.
 
“She gave me the chance to pick a charity and it’s been unbelievable to raise those funds.
 
“I have a badge sitting on my bedside table and I’ll be wearing it to Saturday’s game!
 
“I’ve had a few chances to score at Ewood! Goals are something I’m looking to add to my game and that is something I have discussed with the boss. Will I celebrate if I score? I can’t comment on that!"
 

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