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RUFC - Logan 'doesn't matter how ugly the win is'

RUFC - Logan 'doesn't matter how ugly the win is'

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Rotherham United Goalkeeper, Conrad Logan says he would love to keep a clean sheet for forty-six games, but knows that would be nigh on impossible.

'It`s a hard league,` the twenty-five year old, who is on loan from Leicester City told The Advertiser, 'and as long as you get the three points it doesn`t matter how ugly the win is.

'Our performance on Tuesday (away at Crewe) was what it`s all about - getting blocks in, being resilient and doing what you can to get the win. Crewe did well but our lads were fantastic - they were getting blocks in and getting smashed in the face but it`s brilliant and that`s what you want. You build your season around being solid and hard to beat and you take pleasure when you hold on.

'No disrespect to League Two players, but if you put them under pressure then they make mistakes and give the ball away and that`s what the gaffer wants. He wants us to come out of the blocks sharp, get in their faces and put them under pressure.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday August 19 2011
Time: 10:02AM

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Here's hoping Barnet make a few mistakes tomorrow
Millie Miller
19/08/2011 15:14:00
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Here's hoping Barnet make a few mistakes tomorrow
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19/08/2011 15:14:00
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