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RUFC - Moore pre Bradford

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that his team has to be more hungry and creative in attack which is something that was lacking on Saturday against Barnet.

Speaking to , Moore said, with Tom Newey out, Callum Kennedy will get a chance against Bradford this evening. 'He was unfortunate in his first game that he got himself sent off and he`s waited his chance and now it`s come. He`s a good player and the place is now there for him to keep. It will put a lot of pressure on Tom (Newey) because he`ll be out for three games.`

Asked about Ian Thomas-Moore, who has been injured but made the bench on Saturday, Moore said, 'There`s always a temptation to bring back good players. There`s scope for me to do one or two little things because one or two players do look a little bit tired so one or two might get a little break.

'Bradford play four-four-two so I don`t think there will be a reason to change formation although our better formation, for me, is four-four-two where we look organised.`

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Date:Tuesday March 8 2011

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