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RUFC - Joseph 'disappointed with Saturday's draw'

Rotherham United defender, Marc Joseph, came on during the game on Saturday when Jamie Green went off with a dead leg and he said it was good to play more of the game.

'It was good to get on a bit earlier than the last fifteen minutes,' Joseph told MillersWorld. 'We were disappointed that we didn't create chances but the wind was a big factor and, at this level the ball is in the air a lot. And, when it's blustery it's hard to judge the ball.

'We were under pressure in the first half and let them have too many chances. In the second half we were camped in their half but the quality wasn't there around the box. The one positive was that we kept a clean sheet.

'We think of all the home games as should win games and we have been picking up points away for home. We've got some big games coming up and we think they are all winnable.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 31 2009

Time: 2:28PM

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A draw is a disappointment especially at home and against a team who are at best mid tablers, but thats what you would expect of teams who come up against RU, they comsider us the best in the league, if only we had not had the minus points start.
Buzz Lightyear
A draw is a disappointment especially at home and against a team who are at best mid tablers, but thats what you would expect of teams who come up against RU, they comsider us the best in the league, if only we had not had the minus points start.
Buzz Lightyear
A lot of if only's though isn't there? If only we'd won all our games at DV for instance...but, considering what we started on I think we've had a great season
herringthorpe
A lot of if only's though isn't there? If only we'd won all our games at DV for instance...but, considering what we started on I think we've had a great season
herringthorpe
 

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