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RURFC - Moore on the five-nil win

RURFC - Moore on the five-nil win

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore couldn`t help but be impressed and pleased with his team after their five-nil win at Don Valley against high flying Port Vale this afternoon.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, after the Millers went above Vale into second place, Moore said, 'It was fantastic. In fact I think we carried on from where we left off at Aldershot.

'I thought Port Vale opened up really bright but once we scored I couldn`t ask for any more. The movement for the second goal was fantastic and what a superb header. I thought some of the football today was excellent, the movement brilliant and the finishing was there. Randall`s goal flew in from twenty yards and they were all fantastic goals. I know the 'keepers been sent off and they`re down to ten men but you often see ten men dig in and make it really hard.

'Randall`s goal came from a fantastic ball from Ryan Taylor - a hell of a pass and a hell of a finish - but Randall needs games after being out injured for six weeks. But, I thought it would have been harsh to leave anyone out of the team today who played against Aldershot. We`ve a Reserve team game on Wednesday behind closed doors which will give him another chance to press on.

'People will look at the five-nil and say 'well they were down to ten men` but I thought the game was won even when it was eleven v eleven.

'We haven`t won anything but a game that puts us into second spot. What we`ve got to make sure now is that we do it right against Macclesfield on Monday and that won`t be easy.

'It was nice for us, for the second game on a trot, not to get booed at half-time or booed at the end and it`s because we are doing the right things. I told the players that if we are doing the right things the crowd get behind you because they can see how hard we`ve worked.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday January 1 2011
Time: 6:59PM

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