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RUFC - View from the Opposition - Barnet

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott said that he thought his side showed character after coming away from Don Valley with a point on Saturday against Barnet.

Bees Manager, Lawrie Sanchez was disappointed that his side, after going in front twice, didn't get more from the game.

Speaking after the two-two draw, Sanchez said, 'We should have had all three points. When we were two-one up we had the chance to finish off the game although it was a good clearance off the line by their defender (Troy Brown). That's twice this week we've scored two goals and only come away with one point and what we've got to do is close up shop when we are in the lead.'

Speaking about Izale McLeod, who scored from the penalty spot to put the Bees two-one up, Sanchez said, 'Izale is probably the best forward in this division but he needs to have the goals to go with it.'

What do you think? Should Barnet have got all three points? What did you think of the penalty - was it a pen? And, should the Millers have had a pen too?

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Date:Monday August 22 2011

Time: 9:13AM

 

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