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RUFC - Moore 'it's going to be an open game'

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that the game against Shrewsbury at Don Valley tomorrow is massive.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Moore said, 'The incentive for our lads is that we can go second.

'We played absolutely brilliant at Shrewsbury and how we never took anything out of the game was a tragedy. But, we know it`s going to be tough.

'They`ve got four or five very good attacking players and we`ve got four or five very good attacking players which tells you that the game is going to be open and we`ve got to hope that we score more goals than them.

'They`ve got five or six new players in - two who we tried for at the start of the season - Matt Harrold and Nicky Wroe - and they`ve certainly changed things round at Shrewsbury with Harrold up front and the quick lad beside him. It will be interesting how our back four play and it will depend on them being nice and strong. And, if we do that, then our attacking players can play, get the ball wide and get some crosses in the box and I`m sure that`s a game we can win.`

Speaking about former Millers skipper, Ian Sharps who could be making his first return to Don Valley since leaving to join Shrewsbury at the end of last season, Moore said, 'Sharpsy gave his all when he was here and the crowd will take to him. Unfortunately, at the end of the season he decided he needed to move on somewhere else. We look forward to meeting him and wishing him all the best but all the best after Saturday.`

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Date:Friday February 18 2011

Time: 11:43AM


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