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RUFC - Harrison 'had some brilliant cup games'

RUFC - Harrison 'had some brilliant cup games'

Rotherham United play Leicester City in a few hours time in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and midfielder, Danny Harrison, says, 'we've turned over bigger teams than them already this season.'

Speaking to MillersWorld, Harrison said, 'We've had some brilliant games in the Cups so far this season and long may it continue. Leicester are another team above us and they are really going well and they have a great set of lads. It will be a diffcult game but we've took bigger scalps than them and we are full of confidence. They are going to come here and think about our previous games and I'm sure both teams will be up for it. A Cup game is really a one off game and it will make a difference from the last couple of games we've played with the incentive to play at Wembley.'

Danny was asked if Manager, Mark Robins, would want them to play any different with him being at Leicester in his playing days. 'The gaffer doesn't let that sort of thing get in the way. He wants to make history with Rotherham United as a manager. He will want us to treat it as any other match and expect us to go out and put in a great performance.

'We've got some other important Cup games coming up too and it will be a difficult, difficult game at Aldershot in the FA Cup. But we want to go there and improve on last season when we went out in the first round.

'I'd like to beat my goal tally for last season of five but as long as we are winning I'm happy.

'This is a fantastic place to be at the moment.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday November 4 2008
Time: 4:29PM

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Let's have a couple of birthday goals, Danny!
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04/11/2008 16:31:00
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