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RUFC - The Managers' view on last night

Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, says that Luton Town threw the kitchen sink at them last night.

Speaking to the Official Site, Robins said, 'Luton are fighting for their lives and pushed us back for long periods of time but we defended well, restricted their opportunities and took our chances.

'I've got a very good squad here that allows me to make changes and we'd looked a big leggy of late and so I made a few of those changes. Danny Harrison came into the side and stuck the ball into the back of the net and Jason Taylor grew in confidence as the game went on.

'4-2 was a great result for us and, without the points deduction, we would have been in the top three.'

Luton Town Manager, Mick Harford, was very disappointed last night, telling Luton's Official Site that he was 'devastated.'

'We were far the better team from start to finish. They had six attacks and scored four goals but we dominated possession and played some very, very good football. There was only one team who wanted to win that game and at two-nil down we were flying. But, they came and did their job and defended well and manfully.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 1 2009

Time: 9:20AM

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Great win against a team fighting for their lives, but Its results what count at this time of the season, 3 pointers is what is needed.It is the team in form that will get the rewards, not the team with the best players
Buzz Lightyear
Great win against a team fighting for their lives, but Its results what count at this time of the season, 3 pointers is what is needed.It is the team in form that will get the rewards, not the team with the best players
Buzz Lightyear
 

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