RUFC - View from the Opposition - Macclesfield
Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott said he thought his side had the better chances yesterday and was particularly happy with the clean sheet.
After the nil-nil draw, Macclesfield Manager, Gary Simpson was pleased with his teams work ethic on the day.
Speaking to Macclesfield's Official Site, Simpson said, 'It was always going to be a difficult game because the conditions were difficult with the wind blowing straight down the pitch which made it a different game first and second half.
'Rotherham are in good form and I think they've only lost one in the last six or seven. They are a good side with some good players.
'We had some good spells and after the game I thought we took the game to them and the front lads were working their socks off again but things didn't quite work out.'
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