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RUFC - View from the Opposition - Lincoln

Rotherham United caretaker Manager, Andy Liddell said the Millers team were 'fantastic' after last nights six-nil win at Sincil Bank against Lincoln City while hat-trick hero, Ian Thomas-Moore said it was like a fairy tale for the new management duo.

But, Imps Manager, Steve Tilson said his team had no leaders last night.

Speaking to Radio Lincolnshire, the former Southend Manager said, 'They (Rotherham) didn't earn the right to score six goals. We've gifted them four or five of those goals

'I only made two changes tonight from the side the other day and it hasn't worked out. But, you find out about people, you find out about characters and we certainly need to buck our ideas up in the next nine games because that was no where near good enough tonight.

'It looked like Rotherham had got something to play for and we hadn't tonight but I keep stressing to them that we aren't there yet. It's easy to go eight or nine games without a win and if those bottom clubs get on a good run then you find yourself needing to get a win from somewhere.'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 27 2011

Time: 10:12AM

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we heard that interview driving home friday and not once did they say anything good about rotherham, in fact we had the proggram on for about 25 mins and all they said was lincoln gave the game away and the sending off hurt them it was 4-0 and a pen to take when he went off, sourgrapes and bad losers me thinks
mvmiller
Do you know MV, I was that busy texting I hadn't realised he'd been sent off for ages!
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