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Rotherham United`s Scott was 'happy` with his team after their three-one win over his brother`s side, Grimsby Town, in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.

Grimsby Town`s Scott said, despite the defeat, he was satisfied with the team he manages alongside Paul Hurst.

Speaking to MarinersPlayer after the defeat, Rob said, 'They came in dejected at half-time being two down and I think a fair assessment of the game would have been one-nil at half-time.

'We had a couple of chances and they had a couple and the last goal was down to tiredness, which is understandable and, I`d like to think, in a few weeks time that won`t be the case.

'Rotherham had a bigger squad than us and were able to keep changing which we weren`t able to do so they were obviously a bit stronger in depth.

'But fitness wise I think we worked really hard.`



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Date:Monday July 18 2011

Time: 7:40AM

 

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