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RUFC - Moore can't wait for game

RUFC - Moore can't wait for game

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore is looking forward to getting his team back on a football pitch.

After having six games postponed, and not playing since 12th December, it will be good to see a live football game again.

The Millers play Darlington, which is the first of the re-arranged games, tomorrow evening at Don Valley.

'It's been difficult training,' Moore told the Official Site. 'The break might have done us some good but we won't know until we kick-off. We've got two games at Don Valley this week which gives us a fantastic opportunity to get back into the top three and cement a place there.'

After holding onto third place since the last game against Bradford the Millers dropped to fourth after Saturday's games.

But Moore said it's not only Rotherham that have had postponements, 'Darlington have had similar problems to us. I think the last time they played was against Torquay when they lost five-nil.

'Accrington did their best to get the game on at the weekend. They were on the pitch all day shifting snow but when the rain came there was nothing they could do about that.'

The game tomorrow kicks off at 7.45pm



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday January 18 2010
Time: 6:12PM

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