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RUFC - Grecian Boss after Tuesday Night

Rotherham United went to Exeter on Tuesday night and got a point and Exeter's Manager, Paul Tisdale, thinks his side have only themselves to blame for not getting all three points.

Speaking to Radio Devon he said, 'You couldn't get any bigger moments than a penalty for and a penalty against and we came out on the worst side of both of them.'

The Millers gave away a penalty in the second half at one-nil down but a great save from on loan 'keeper David Stockdale, from Ben Watson, ensured Rotherham kept in the game. And, with twenty five minutes to go the Millers were awarded a penalty which Reuben Reid scored.

Carrying on, Tisdale said, 'We created more chances on the night but we have to learn to capitalise on them and not come out second best.'

Marcus Stewart, who was carried off on Tuesday night, might be out for quite a while with ligament damage.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday November 27 2008
Time: 9:16AM

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good point in the end......just keep looking where you were at the beginning of the season.....you would have taken your position and points right now.....!!
lincolnblue
28/11/2008 09:43:00
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