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RUFC - View from the Oppositon - Leicester City

RUFC - View from the Oppositon - Leicester City

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott said that there was 'no shame` in the defeat by Leicester City in the Carling Cup last night, saying his side 'showed quality` in the first half of the game.

Foxes Manager, Sven -Goran Eriksson, thought his side dominated the second half. Speaking to Leicester`s Official Site, the former England Manager said, 'At half-time I told the players that if we weren`t careful we would lose the game and that we didn`t want to go out of the Carling Cup so early.

'It was good that, when we were one goal down, we didn`t panic and kept on playing. In the second half we were different class and dominated everything.`

Eriksson also had praise for his hat-trick hero, Jeff Schlupp, saying, 'It was an absolutely fantastic performance from him and he is maturing as a player and is strong with a good technique.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday August 10 2011
Time: 9:35AM

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