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RUFC - View from the Oppositon - Plymouth

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott said that his sides quality showed through in the end yesterday after coming back from being one down to winning four-one against Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.

Plymouth Manager, Peter Reid said he thought it was a bit of naivety and inexperience from his side yesterday that stopped them from getting points.

Speaking to BBC Radio Devon, Reid said, 'We played some decent stuff and took the lead and then the wheels came off - but I don`t think it was a 'four-one` because we weren`t three goals worse.

'Maybe it was a bit of naivety and a lack of experience, but it`s a hard league and we`ve got to learn. They (Rotherham) were big and strong and turned us and, as much as we played possession we didn`t really deliver.

'I don`t think they worked too hard for their goals which was disappointing from our point of view. When we went one up it was important that we kept it tight but we gave the ball away in the middle of the park and they got through us too easy. The second one we should have competed better for the header that`s gone in but it`s one of them when we were still in the game that, I think, the referee made the wrong decision, but you`ve got to be strong enough to overcome them decisions.

'It`s disappointing but we`ve got to get our heads up and look to the next game and try and learn from that defeat.`

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Date:Sunday August 14 2011

Time: 10:42AM

 

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