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RUFC - View from the Oppositon - Burton Albion

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore conceded that, although his Millers side won four-two away to Burton Albion yesterday, that there was an element of luck in the result.

Albion`s Manager, Paul Peschisolido thought his side had 'thrown away the points`.

Speaking to Radio Derby after the game, Peschisolido said, 'We dominated from the first minute of the game. We scored a fantastic goal, allowed them back in it and then I thought we regained control of the game again. We dominated possession and missed chances and then we managed to score a second goal from a great move and went in at half-time quite comfortable.

'But, I warned them that you cannot relax against a Rotherham side because they`ve got goal scorers in the team. I told the lads to make sure that Adam Le Fondre didn`t have one minute of space or one minute on the ball or he will score and sure enough he did. We go out for the second half and get a penalty and the game should be dead and buried but we miss it and then we crumbled from then on in.

'I just can`t believe we lost the game because we dominated it for large periods and had enough opportunities to win it. It`s terrible really.`

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Date:Sunday February 27 2011

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