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RUFC - Lewis 'not good enough'

Rotherham United striker, Lewis Grabban said that the team 'weren`t at the races` after Saturday`s defeat at Don Valley to Swindon Town.

Speaking to Chris Jackson of the Official Site, the Millers top scorer so far this season with fifteen goals, said, 'We were two-nil down in quick succession and it's hard to get back in the game and get a positive result.`

Alex Revell pulled a goal back for the Millers on fifty-three minutes and twenty minutes later Grabban had a shot from twenty yards out that smashed against the post and he said, 'On another day that chance might have gone in but, overall, the performance wasn`t good enough.

'But we need to push on because there is still time. But, we need to get back on the training pitch and find our best form because if we want to get to the play-offs we need to be more consistent.`



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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 16 2012

Time: 11:36AM

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IMO: GRABBAN was the player most not "at the races!"
sixpence
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16/01/2012 21:23:00

Maybe - though to be fair to him, as a striker he was playing on the wing and at left back and trying to cover the gap where the midfield is supposed to go!
herringthorpe
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17/01/2012 09:48:00

 

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