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RUFC - Harrison 'strong and will bounce back'

RUFC - Harrison 'strong and will bounce back'

Rotherham United midfielder, Danny Harrison said it felt like they'd lost, not drawn, against Hereford on Saturday.

Speaking to MillersWorld, the twenty-seven year old said, 'I just hope we aren't rueing those two points dropped at the end of the season.

'We could have won by four or five or six and should have been out of sight by half-time. We are a great bunch of lads here and when something like that happens it's a bit gutting. But we're strong and will come back from it.'

Speaking about Manager, Ronnie Moore, Harrison said, 'He told us he wasn't going to make any wholesale changes and everyone knows they are still playing for their place and they aren't cemented in the team. We've got to keep playing well and the onus is for us, as players, to keep in the side.

'Pablo Mills and I are both defender minder midfielders and the boss has said to get forward if we can and to keep the ball a bit more. But what is good is playing with the same eleven for the last couple of weeks. It means we are getting a bit of continuity with the team. We know how each other plays and know our strengths.'

Speaking about playing Notts County next Saturday, he carried on, 'It's a good game for us to bounce back from and we've not done bad against the top sides. We know what's at stake and we want to beat them - and beat them well.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday October 13 2009
Time: 4:49PM

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