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RUFC - View From The Opposition - Wolves

Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans wasn`t impressed with the referee in Saturday`s game although he did say he thought his players gave him everything.

Meanwhile Wolves Manager Kenny Jackett was delighted with his team`s comeback from three-one down to get a three-all draw at the New York Stadium.

Speaking after the game, the Wolves Boss told Wanderers Official Site, 'It was a cracking game with both sides attacking from start to finish.

'Rotherham are a good side and their players were up for it but we matched them today and we did well to turn it round in the second half. I was pleased with the tremendous response from our players.

'In the first half Rotherham put us under a lot of pressure but we played on the break and didn't make the most of our opportunities. But we stuck at it and turned it round and our players should be commended for that.`

Speaking about the penalty which Wolves got that incensed Millers Gaffer Evans, Jackett said, 'I had a good view and I thought it was a deliberate handball.

'There was a big crowd and the place was buzzing with a terrific atmosphere.`



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Date:Sunday December 22 2013

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