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RUFC - Grabbs 'Keep the faith'

RUFC - Grabbs 'Keep the faith'

Rotherham United striker, Lewis Grabban found his scoring boots again on Tuesday night when he got the equaliser against Crewe Alexandra at Don Valley.
Speaking after the game, the twenty-four year old, who became a daddy on Saturday, said, 'It was nice to get back on the score sheet after being blank for a while. wasn't too worried but, as a forward you want to be scoring goals.

'I played a bit of a different role tonight and I wasn't out and out on the wing, I played a bit more advanced today. I think we played better as a team and that enabled us to get more chances. We passed it well, worked well and it was probably one of our better performances all season. We dominated the game and we should have won and maybe on another day we will.

'We'd got ball players in the team today which enables us to play around the other team better. We've got to keep progressing now and we want to play exactly the same come Saturday.

'We've still got to aim for the play-offs because you never know what's possible. The fans have got to keep faith in us and support us and hopefully we will repay them.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday March 8 2012
Time: 8:58AM

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