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RUFC - Moore post County

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that todays result was a point gained and not two points dropped.

Speaking to the Official Site, Moore said he thought the first half performance today was inept but praised the resilience of the team after Nick Fenton's red card.

'Everytime we got the ball in the first half we seemed to give it away,' Moore said. 'I thought we were fortunate to come in level at half-time.

'We changed things round for the second half but couldn't get the shape because Fenton was sent off. There were ten players out there with big hearts which is a good sign. We dug in deep and Andy (Warrington) made some good saves. But we've got to do better.

'I thought Notts County passed the ball well and it was good to get a point against them because I don't think they will be too far away come the end of the season.'




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Date:Saturday October 17 2009

Time: 7:29PM

 

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