RUFC - Ronnie wants Moore
Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore told David Beddows of The Advertiser that it was disappointing to lose their home record to the bottom club.
On Tuesday night Darlington, in bottom place of League Two, took on the high flying Millers but it was difficult to know which team were in which position. Darlington came out full of passion and passing, the Millers came out looking bewildered and slow.
The Millers lost 2-1. The Manager wasn't impressed and the fans weren't impressed.
'The crowd want to see blood, sweat and enthusiasm,' Moore said, 'and they certainly didn't see that the other night. There was only three thousand in the ground and the players can hear things what are said from the side and one or two are wilting a bit
'I know Don Valley isn't ideal but we've got to live with it.
'The break has affected us more than I thought and it was disappointing to lose our home record to the bottom in the league.
'No disrespect to Darlington and Grimsby but I would have been unhappy with just four points from these two games at home. Now we can't even do that.'
Grimsby Town, who are next to bottom in the league, come to Don Valley tomorrow and Moore said, 'It's a great opportunity for us.'
Next Tuesday the Millers visit Chesterfield and the Millers Manager said, 'I'm not too worried about Chesterfield because we seem to play different away from home.'
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