RUFC - Cress to start tomorrow?
Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore is going to be forced into making changes for tomorrow's game against Macclesfield Town at Don Valley.
Mark Randall is definitely out of the game, and will probably be out for some time, with a fractured shoulder and but Moore had some good news for the fans, 'Ryan Cresswell's back is a lot better and there's more than an evens chance that he will start tomorrow. It's nice to have him back, he's a leader and we've missed him. But I wouldn't say that's the reason we've conceded goals because that's been down to individual errors and we've got to get back to clean sheets.
'Marcus Marshall has played well this season and has had a lot of reserve team football. He looks nice and sharp and I've got to make the decision sooner or later when he's going to start a game.
'There will have to be change in midfield because Mark Randall has unfortunately broken his collar bone. It's a shame because he's a fantastic player and he'll be out a long chunk of his loan here. The Chairman has given me permission to go and find someone like Randall so it's a bit of pressure on our chief scout, Graham Brown, to get out there and get me some names.
'Ollie Banks has had some decent games and he's not a million miles away but it's probably come a little bit early for him. He's come along really well, he's six feet two and a good passer.
'If Stephen Brogan can stay fit then he's got a chance. He came back pre-season winning all the races then he got an injury and he's picking up one or two injuries - he's coming back one week, then he's playing then he picks an injury up and then he's not training so if we can keep him fit and get him into full time training he's not going to be a million miles away.
'I thought Ryan Taylor's attitude on Saturday was first class. He won an awful lot of headers but never really got many opportunities We aren't firing on full cylinders from the full-backs and wingers but once we are then Ryan Taylor, Pope, Alfie, Tom Elliott are all going to benefit from it.
'We've put Saturday behind us now and hope that's the one hiccough of the season.'