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RUFC - Jaybo looking onwards and upwards

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Rotherham United midfielder, Jason Taylor says that the team are still looking 'onwards and upwards' after the defeat by Swindon Town on Saturday afternoon at Don Valley.

Speaking to Chris Jackson of The Official Site, the former Rochdale and Stockport player said, 'We have got to start putting good results together back-to-back. There's still over twenty games left and we have to make sure we are tough to beat first and foremost.'

Jaybo, who will be twenty-five later this month, has made twenty-one appearances for the Millers this season, scoring just one goal which was in the five-two loss to Bristol Rovers.

Speaking about the loss, Jason said, 'There was nothing in the game so to be two-nil down so soon was frustrating for us. The goals came out of nothing but we had to deal with it. We can take heart from our fightback in the second-half but we have to now make sure that we produce for ninety minutes and not for forty-five.

'There is still a lot to play for and hopefully we can still achieve what we set out to do at the start of the season.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday January 16 2012
Time: 1:27PM

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