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RUFC - Moore wants quieter time for Warrington

RUFC - Moore wants quieter time for Warrington

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore wants 'keeper, Andy Warrington to have a quieter time during matches.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Rotherham Advertiser, Moore said, 'Andy is one of the best 'keepers in this division and he's there to make saves. But, when we're at home, he shouldn't have to do as much work as he did last Saturday.

'Though, to be fair, you have to look at who you are playing. He only had one save to make against Hereford but Notts County came here to try and win and that's the big thing.'

Before the end of the game last Saturday, Warrington was named as the match sponsor's Man of the Match and Vital Rotherham posters also voted him Man of the Match. And, I have to agree with what Ronnie Moore says, when playing at Don Valley, your goalkeeper or even a defender, shouldn't be the best man of the pitch - surely it should be a forward?

But, I, for one, was glad he was there on Saturday!



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 23 2009
Time: 8:51AM

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