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RUFC - Evans 'It's Been A Big Week'

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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans is already looking towards next weeks games.

Speaking after last nights win at the Memorial Stadium, the Millers Boss said, 'It`s been a big week for us - we beat Torquay, beat the in-form team of Bristol Rovers and beat a good Chesterfield side.

'We haven`t got a game on Saturday which can be looked on as a disappointment but can also be looked upon as an opportunity to freshen people up.

'Next week is another big week for us. We face a York City side who have a good manager and good players and who will come and thoroughly test us.

'We`ve now got to build on the three wins that we`ve had. I've always had the greatest of confidence in my team and the greatest of confidence in my staff. The defeats we had we have to learn from them and put them behind us. We`ll work hard over the weekend and focus on York City.

'The spirit is there and there`s a real togetherness.`


Asked what going third in the league meant to him, the Gaffer said, 'It means it`s better than fourth but not as good as second.`



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Date:Wednesday February 20 2013

Time: 12:41PM

 

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