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RUFC - Moore to fetch in new players

RUFC - Moore to fetch in new players

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore has told Radio Sheffield that he hopes to have some new faces in for next Saturday.

Speaking after today's two-one loss at Bury Moore said he was worried about what is happening at the back, saying, 'Everytime someone comes at us we look like we are going to concede a goal and that has to be addressed sharpish. And, I'll change it by bringing someone else in to go and do the job we expect defenders to do.

'You know, we've given them enough chances. They've had opportunities and there's not one of them can moan or complain.

'We will certainly be trying to get players in on loan for the game on Saturday and we know where we're going, it's just whether we get permission for them to come in. Hopefully we can get something sorted and they'll be in for the weekend.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday October 24 2009
Time: 9:04PM

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is it the players though ? didn`t think they were that bad when Robins was here ????
mexbro miller
24/10/2009 21:08:00
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I was going to say the same, Mex. It was OK before he came
herringthorpe
24/10/2009 21:28:00
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perhaps we can get a manager on loan
mvmiller
25/10/2009 22:48:00
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