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RUFC - Taylor 'halves were like chalk and cheese'

RUFC - Taylor 'halves were like chalk and cheese'

Rotherham United striker, Ryan Taylor says that they have to put the result in the FA Cup at York City behind them and concentrate on the league.

The Millers lost in the first round replay of the Cup on Wednesday night and the twenty-two year old told The Advertiser, 'It wasn`t a good result for us but we can`t get down. Everyone wants to go as far as they can in the FA Cup but it wasn`t to be.`

Things could have been different if the Millers had taken hold of the game in the second half like they had the first, and converted some of the chances that they had.

'I set up three good chances in the first half,` Taylor said, 'so it was very positive for me. But, I didn`t get involved as much in the second half and it turned out to be a really disappointing game. The two halves were like chalk and cheese. In the first half we were quite good and had three golden opportunities which we didn`t take and in the second half we were punished for that.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday November 19 2010
Time: 10:52AM

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