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RUFC - Moore 'Hard to pick a Man of the Match'

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore said that 'keeper, Andy Warrington probably deserved today`s sponsors Man of the Match award.

Speaking after the one-nil win over Chesterfield at Don Valley, Moore said, 'He made the saves at the right time.

'But, when it`s full blooded like that, it`s hard to pick a Man of the Match. I thought Popey`s (Tom Pope) ran his socks off and chased things and all he needed was a goal.`

Asked about the looping goal that Adam Le Fondre scored today, Moore said, 'No way could anyone else have got that in. It was absolutely fantastic and to get it in from where he was it was genius really and a fantastic finish.

'We`ve had some good chances today that haven`t gone in. This league is going to be tight this season because there isn`t that much difference between the sides that it will be a set play or a bit of genius from one of your top players that will win a game.`

The Millers Manager was asked about Mark Bradley who started on the bench again today, and he said, 'Mark Bradley was desperately unlucky not to start today. I`ve thought and thought and thought and, to be honest, it was only this morning when I`ve eventually gone with my gut feeling and I would imagine Mark Bradley is very upset that he didn`t start because he came on and changed the game at Barnet. I`m sure he will be knocking on my door and want to know why he didn`t play.'

Asked about any interest in signing a loan player, Moore said that the one's he wants aren't being let out on loan at the moment and said, 'I still feel we need somebody who can get the foot on the ball when we`re under the cosh and when we`re on the counter attack we need someone who can slow the game down.

'But, we defended well today and the clean sheet was a big thing for us.'


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Date:Saturday September 25 2010

Time: 7:25PM

 

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