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RUFC - Robins 'Warrington Magnificent'

Rotherham United lost today, three-nil, against Bradford City at the Coral Windows Stadium and Manager, Mark Robins told the Official Site, that, for goalkeeper, Andy Warrington, it could have been a lot more.

'Andy was magnificent,' Robins said. 'Some of his saves today were Gordon Banksesque and we have him to thank for keeping the scoreline down.

'We feel aggrieved with the first goal. Thorne was stood in front of Andy Warrington and in an offside position and scores. Because of that poor decision we started on the back foot. Jamie Green had a tough afternoon, but he'll learn from that and Dale Tonge had a hangover from last season. If we'd only taken our chances it could well have been an even scoreline.

'I'm disappointed that we didn't respond better today but I think we are just waiting for the end of the season.'




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Date:Saturday April 25 2009

Time: 8:51PM

 

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