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RUFC - Moore pre Hereford

RUFC - Moore pre Hereford

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that, with it being Herefords last home game tomorrow, the crowd are going to be up for it and it will be party time for them.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Moore said, 'They have had massive problems this year. Graham (Turner) has taken over again and since he`s taken over they`ve been magnificent. They`ve won six out of their last nine and the last game I think they were done by a goal in the ninety-third minute.

'But, we`ve got to go there and be nice and professional. They sometimes play the four-four-one-one, which at times can give you a bit of a problem but it`s down to us to deal with that. We know where their weaknesses are and we know where their strengths are. '

Talking about the Millers getting into the play-offs, Moore said, 'When we were six or seven points adrift, we spoke about not being able to get the top prize of being in the top three but it`s not a booby prize the next one. The next one is that someone is going to Wembley and, don`t get me wrong, I`d love to have finished in the top three, but if you`re going to get promotion then Wembley is the place to do it. I`ve been there and won there and I`ve been there and lost there but it`s the most fantastic place to go and to lead a side out there as Manager would be fantastic.

'The play-offs are tight games and we`re not scoring many goals. But next week we will be doing a lot of set-plays and getting the players in the right positions and trying one or two new set-plays which will help us in the play-offs.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday May 7 2010
Time: 12:23PM

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