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RUFC - Warrington 'bitterly disappointed'

RUFC - Warrington 'bitterly disappointed'

Rotherham United 'keeper, Andy Warrington, played in his third game - and third defeat - since coming back from injury last night at Darlington.

Speaking to RotherFM, he said, 'We are bitterly disappointed because we threw everything at Darlington and it just didn't fall for us.'

The Millers lost one-nil to a goal from Danny Carlton and Warrington carried on, 'I want to look at the goal again because I'm wondering if I was too deep. The ball came in the box very easy and he went unmarked, unchallenged and had acres of space. But we created a hell of a lot of chances and I think we deserved something from the game. But when they went down to ten men they defended for their lives and they did it really well. Darlington don't concede many and Steve Foster is a great defender. Balls like we were putting into their box are just bread and butter for the likes of him. And I think, specially when they are down to ten men, we can go down the side of them a bit more.

'With a bit of luck we would have got something tonight and we hope to put that right on Saturday. We are looking at getting six points from our next two games, which are both at home and hopefully we can stop the rot and push forwards.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday January 28 2009
Time: 3:28PM

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