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RUFC - Fenton 'must have been exciting to watch'

RUFC - Fenton 'must have been exciting to watch'

Rotherham United central-midfielder, Nick Fenton says there is nothing worse than losing at Wembley.

Speaking to Millers Player after the defeat at Wembley, he said, 'The pitch was poor and a lot of people lost their footing but it was a lively match and must have been exciting to watch because it was end to end. It was a decent game with chances at both ends and goal but Dagenham have come out on top today.

'It`s the second time I`ve lost at Wembley and there is nothing worse. But, you`ve just got to accept it, move on and hope we can do it next season.`

Speaking about the three goals that Dagenham scored, Nick said they were devastating. 'They could probably have been prevented,` he said, 'There`s nothing worse than losing a play off final at Wembley especially as everyone gave everything today and no one had anything in the tank at the end. We came here with the sole aim of winning and everyone is devastated.

'But, good luck to Dagenham, they deserved it.`

Speaking about the future, Nick said, 'There are twelve lads out of contract and that need to be dealt with quickly. I feel a lot of them should be kept on but what is going to happen I don`t know but hopefully it will be cleared up soon and the gaffer can make a few new signings and then we can get ready next season for another tough campaign and hopefully get promotion at the end of it.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Sunday May 30 2010
Time: 10:56PM

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