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RUFC - Moore post Hereford

RUFC - Moore post Hereford

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore thought, overall, his team deserved the one-nil win over Hereford at Edgar Street this afternoon.

Speaking to MillersPlayer after the win, Moore said, 'I thought we played really well in the first half and thought we deserved to be in front. But, we were hanging on a little bit in the second half.

'But, Hereford are a big side and they launched everything. I thought we defended well and we also had a bit of luck. Fleetwood got through and we`ve messed up but, overall, I think we just about edged it.

'Andy Warrington`s made one or two good saves, especially late on when he made one with his legs, but that`s what he`s there for. They got a kick up the backside at half time and they`ve come out and he`s made a great save, but I missed that because I was late out. But the last ten or fifteen minutes we couldn`t get hold of the ball and we were camped in the edge of our box.

Talking about Paul Warne`s goal, Moore said, 'It was quick thinking and a quick throw in and a great goal. But he gives you a bit of everything. He`s thirty-seven and he`s run everywhere today.

'The most important thing is that we got the three points. We`re going to get days when we play really well and don`t win and days like today where you get a mixture and we come away with the points.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday August 28 2010
Time: 9:34PM

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