Having made his debut in the first 45 minutes at Hartlepool before being rested, David Rozenhal seems to have gone straight into the boss`s good books, registering all sorts of praise for his attitude since his move to the club. Sam said:
"David looked very comfortable on the ball and as time ticks on and the competition becomes stiffer, he will get more of a test. David is going to be fine. He is an intelligent man and a really dedicated professional. If he learns as quickly as he needs to, he will be okay. We have seen he is a talented footballer as well as a good defender.'
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