RUFC - Moore thinks Wycombe game will be tight
Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore thinks that the game against Wycombe tomorrow will be a tight game.
Speaking to MillersPlayer, Moore said, 'They haven't lost away from home and are a very good counter-attacking side and they've got Betsy who will play wide for them and Ainsworth on the other side who's thirty-seven now but is as fit as a butchers dog and still goes by people and crosses great balls, and they've the two lads up front who score goals. At the end of the season they are going to be there or thereabouts.
'We've got to make sure that we finish all our attacks behind them and not dropping balls onto centre-halves heads where they can clear them and then hit us on the break. We've got to finish behind them and hopefully in the back of the net. We need to get a tempo going that gets them on the back foot which we haven't had at Don Valley and this will be the ideal game to do it.
Asked what he'd like to change at Don Valley, after getting a few draws there, Moore said, 'I'd like the trait of Woggy (goalkeeper, Andy Warrington) being the Man of the Match to change. You want your strikers or your winger to get that so that has to change and that will only come if we keep the ball and the tempo of the game has to be set by us. We've been waiting for somebody to make that happen but there's eleven out there who need to do it not just one.'