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RUFC - Tough for us at home

Rotherham United's longest playing servant at the club, Paul Hurst, says there is no need to panic just because we've lost two games on the bounce.

Speaking to MillersWorld today he said, 'There's no concern because of the two recent defeats. We are in a great position and even if the worst case scenario happened, which I don't think it will, and we don't pick up any points from our next few games, we are still going to be up there or there abouts.

'I watched the Hereford game and I think we certainly had more of the ball and possession during the match. But, they clearly came for a draw and had all their men, except Robinson, behind the ball and tried to play on the break which came off for them. I think the lads would have liked to play a little better and to have created more opportunities.

'Millmoor is becoming a tough place for us to play at because the teams are coming here and putting men behind the ball and they are all after a big scalp and perhaps we are finding it a little easier to play away from home at the moment. But, we have proved throughout the season that we are good enough to get the goals and the points at home.

'I've been commentating on some of the games which I've enjoyed, but I'd rather be out there playing. It is a bit difficult commentating on your team mates and, of course, I am biased towards Rotherham!'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 7 2008

Time: 3:27PM

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can`t see Hursty playing another game for us this season barring injuries
Mexbro miller
I thought that around Christmas but then he was on the bench the other day so . . .
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