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RUFC - Ronnie not frightened to ring the changes

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore made two changes for last Saturday's game against Notts County and says, if necessary, he'll do it again.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, he said, 'One or two regulars didn't perform against Hereford so I made a couple of changes and I'll do the same again if necessary.

'There's plenty of spirit here and we are hard to beat,' Moore carried on. 'But we have to be more clinical. It's difficult for the eleven or so lads who aren't getting a regular game at the moment and I want to give people an opportunity. But, if it's not right I might have to look at moving some out and getting some in.

'We matched County without being brilliant. We want to be a passing side but if you can't pass the ball from A to B then you aren't good enough. And we need to get back to what we are good at - passing and moving and creating chances.'

The Millers travel to Gigg Lane to take on ex Miller, Alan Knill's, Bury side tomorrow. Moore said, 'Alan Knill has done a good job there and they're a nice footballing team. But, we should fear no one in this league and if we go there and play anything like then we can go and take all three points.'




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Date:Friday October 23 2009

Time: 8:42AM

 

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