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RUFC - Moore found it frustrating

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says he has taken the positives out of yesterdays draw and one of them was that it was another clean sheet.

Speaking after the game to Radio Sheffield, Moore said, 'I can't fault the effort and commitment but we huffed and we puffed but we didn't blow the house down.

'We had twelve shots in the first twenty minutes and we just needed that little bit of luck in front of goal. With all the chances we've had it just wasn't meant to be.

'When you have as much possession as we have today we need to be finishing teams off. We just weren't ruthless enough in the final third, which is the reason we didn't win.

'It's alright having the pressure but we need to score and we nearly lost it at the end with one little lapse.

'And, when we counter attack, there's no reason to be offside like Nicky Law was, that's just schoolboy stuff. Although he swears blind that he wasn't offside.

'It's frustrating that Bournemouth have won because we wanted to keep on their shirt tails and it makes it that bit more difficult for us. But, there's three games to go and we're in there with a shout.'





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Date:Sunday April 18 2010

Time: 10:37AM

 

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