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RUFC - Moore 'no pressure on us'

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore is hoping for a good game this evening at Don Valley.

The Millers take on Huddersfield in the Northern section quarter-finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and speaking to MillersPlayer Moore said, 'I'm just hoping it will be a good game. Huddersfield Town is probably the worst draw we could have had. They're probably one of the favourites to get promotion from the First Division but on the day it's one of them - does he play a lesser side than he can do but their players aren't lesser players really because he's got a fantastic squad of players and it's a mouthwatering game to be fair.

'They will test us and if we're not right then we're going to be in trouble. Pilkington is a great player. You don't know if he's one of them wingers who are right or left footed and he can go inside or he can go outside and for a full-back he's an absolute nightmare and he whacks one hell of a ball. Clarkey (Lee Clarke) will fancy this and a trip out to Wembley and I think he'll bring the strongest side he can here. He's got to play six of the side that played in the cup on Saturday but they won't be that much weaker if he leaves five players out because he's got one hell of a squad.

'But, it's a one off game of ninety minutes and it's a game we can look forward too. We've got to go out there and enjoy it and set the place on fire because it's one of them where there is no real pressure on us.'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 9 2010

Time: 12:52PM

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never seen a greater admission that a manager thinks your going to lose already
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I think Mr Moore should keep his thoughts to himself!
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