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RuFC - Moore 'good positive performance'

RuFC - Moore 'good positive performance'

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore said he deserved the win over Oxford United at Don Valley this afternoon.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield after the two-one win, Moore said, 'It was a good win today but there`s no doubt that we deserved it because I thought we were the better side although two-one makes it sound a lot closer than it was.

'I thought the first ten minutes were a bit ropeyish but after that I thought we played some excellent stuff and it was nice to get the win.

'I thought there were some good positive performances from our lads today but we were disappointed that we conceded a goal bang on half-time and disappointing when Woggy (Andy Warrington) made such a good save and then the lad slams it in. But, to be fair, after that I thought we were the ones on the front foot and Woggy hasn`t had too many saves to make.

'I thought we showed a bit of commitment, a bit of effort, a bit of enthusiasm today and I think the crowd appreciated that and if I`d paid my money today, I`d have stayed behind and clapped them off as well.

Asked if he felt relieved when the cheers went up at the final whistle, Moore said, 'Well, it`s better than boos isn`t it.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday November 13 2010
Time: 7:01PM

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