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RUFC - View from the Opposition - Swindon

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott referred to Saturday`s game as being like a pantomime but also said he didn`t think his team played well, though deserved a point.
Meanwhile, Swindon Town Manager, Paolo Di Canio said he thought his team deserved the win.

Speaking to BBC Wiltshire, the high profile Italian said, `The lads were amazing. We deserved to win and we tried to play the ball on the ground.

'Rotherham are a very good side and it isn`t a coincidence that they are up there. But, they don`t have nothing special but every individual player knows what he is doing. They have confidence and good technique so we knew it would be difficult if we didn`t play the way we should.

'But we won because we played the better football and it`s just not my opinion because you saw that they were very physically strong but after fifteen minutes they play only long ball and we tried to play the ball on the ground but it wasn`t easy because they are very aggressive.

'But, in the end you see when you have the quality we created our chances by playing football.`

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Date:Monday September 5 2011

Time: 7:47AM

 

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