RUFC - Brown 'disappointed' with Saturday's draw
Rotherham United's Troy Brown said that he thought Saturday' game was a point gained, after the Millers twice came behind against Barnet at Don Valley to draw.
Speaking to MillersPlayer, the twenty-one year old said, 'The main thing is that we didn't lose the game and, although it was disappointing, we did well to get the point because we came from behind. But we can do a lot better.'
The former Ipswich player scored his first career goal in the draw and said, 'It's all a bit of a blur really. The ball just dropped and wham I put it in. It was alright but I'd have loved it to be the winner but I'll take them as they come.'
In the game, Troy also got the ball off the line after the Barnet player had round 'keeper, Conrad Logan and said, 'To be honest, I got more of a buzz from that than the goal.
'It's always a good thing to score but the main thing is the defending and I'm disappointed with the two goals that went in.
'But, at the start of the season we'd have taken ten points from four games. We've built up a momentum and it's got other teams thinking about us instead of us thinking about them. Today was a wake up call and we've got to kick on.'
Asked if thought him and Michael Raynes complimented each other at the back, Troy said, 'Raynesy is a big strong lad and he wins his aerial battles really well and he can also play on the floor. Myself I am there for cover and I can win headers as well and I think we compliment each other, as I do Ryan Cresswell.
Troy got back into the team on Saturday ahead of Ryan Cresswell saying he was pleased to get a chance, 'Like every footballer, I just want to play games. I went away on International duty and when I came back I'd lost my place and the lads had done well with two great victories. It's a great honour representing your country but it was a bit frustrating missing those two games. But, I got my chance today and I hope I've done enough to show the gaffer what I can do.'
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