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RUFC - Scott 'we were comfortable'

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott was pleased with his sides one-nil win over Plymouth Argyle this afternoon at Don Valley.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, Scott said, 'Sometimes you can talk about playing well and not winning but sometimes it`s all about the points, like it was today.

'I think we were comfortable but, with the chances early on, we could have made it a lot more comfortable. The ball was whipping across the box and Danny (Harrison) had a chance and there were more balls we should have hit and chances where we should have taken pot-shots. At the end, Grabs (Lewis Grabban) went through and should have squared it and Evo (Gareth Evans) should have taken another touch and would have had an open goal.

'We definitely deserved the win but our game management wasn`t great in the last ten or fifteen minutes and we could have made it a lot more comfortable for ourselves. There was an instance at the end when it was four v four and, all of a sudden, we tried to run forward and they get in and we are off side is just poor game management. And, then they just launched it forward and it`s probably one of the only headers Mulls (Johnny Mullins) lost but luckily the lad was offside.

'We caused them a lot of problems today with our set-pieces and we keep working on them in training and different people attacking them, but we just couldn`t get a head on them today. But, while we keep putting the right ball in the area that will come, we just have to keep persevering.

'We defended well and always looked comfortable. I don`t think Rhys (Taylor) had a lot to do and its three points, another clean sheet and one game lost in eight.`

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Date:Saturday March 10 2012

Time: 7:45PM


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