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RUFC - Harrison on Bury and Burton

Rotherham United midfielder, Danny Harrison spoke to Radio Sheffield in training this week about the game at Bury and the forthcoming game at Burton.

Speaking about the performance at Bury on Saturday, where the Millers drew one-one, the twenty-seven year old said, 'We've been working on all types of work play and the way we set up on Saturday, with three central midfielder's just goes to show that, within the squad there's a bit of diversity and we can go to tough places like Bury and grind out a good result. As a defensive unit we were very pleased with it and I thought we defended well and that we looked decent on the break as well.'

Ronnie Moore had players out for various reasons at Bury on Saturday and in the end ended up playing three in central midfield and Adam Le Fondre up front on his own and the former Tranmere player said, 'With the style of football that Bury play we knew they were always going to get down and play. Some of the other teams might be a bit stronger and a bit more direct and we might go there and play four-four-two or more attacking. There might be some games that the long ball might be an option but we are of the opinion that we can pass through teams this year.'

Speaking about the game tomorrow evening in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy against Burton brought the three-three against the Brewers at Don Valley into the interview and Danny said, 'We should have closed the game up at Don Valley, there's no doubt about that but a performance like we showed their last season will be the order of the day really'


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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 5 2010

Time: 5:08PM

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Good that they remember the disappointment because it helps inspire a drive for the win. Good luck.
SFC Forever
I imagine you remember all the games you were three-nil up in and then hang on for a draw!
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