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RUFC - Moore Predicts Big Things for Knill

RUFC - Moore Predicts Big Things for Knill

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore speaks about the game against Bury tomorrow and their manager, the man he brought to Millmoor as a player, Alan Knill.

'A win would be massive for us,` the Millers Manager told MillersWorld, 'and we are capable of doing that and it will keep us right where we want to be.

'Bury are a good side and it should be an open game. Knilly (Alan Knill) has done a good job with them and they`ve got some quality and are a good attacking side. We brought him here as a player, put him on the coaching side and he`s took over and managed the club. He did a better job than people think here and I think he`s got a good future and he was never short of something to say and he`s very clever. There`s big things for Knilly I think, but hopefully not on Saturday. He`s at a decent club and has the backing of everyone there and I think he`s going to be a big name in football. He knows what the games about and knows what he wants to do.

'I was pleased we kept a clean sheet last week because I was thinking, the way we`ve been defending lately, we were going to have to score two goals every game. Hopefully we can get another clean sheet on Saturday.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 23 2009
Time: 3:29PM

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