Millers v Bulls Preview
Don Valley Stadium
10 October 2009
Rotherham United entertain Hereford at Don Valley tomorrow afternoon hoping to carry on with their winning ways under new Manager, Ronnie Moore.
The Millers are currently in second place in League Two and are unbeaten, so far, at Don Valley
Hereford make their first ever visit to Don Valley and have yet to win away from home this season.
Ronnie Moore - Any player who thinks tomorrow is going to be easy is in for a shock. Hereford have performed against the sides at the top and are on form. If we play at our best then I`m confident we will come out on top.
John Trewick - Rotherham are a big club in our division and have carried on this season from last. It`s a challenge for us but we did very well against Bournemouth and Dagenham who are up there. If we can play in the same manner as we did against them then we could cause Rotherham some problems
Rotherham Team News:
Ronnie Moore has no fresh injury worries ahead of tomorrow`s game, though he did say in local press that he has to decide whether to rest some of the players
Player to watch: ADAM LE FONDRE
Give him a chance and the ball will be in the net
Hereford Team News:
Danny Blanchett and Ryan Valentine have trained today and Glen Southam could return after injury. Lee Morris is also hoping to be fit after suffering a groin injury. Keith Lowe is a major doubt.
Player to watch: MARC PUGH
Versatile midfielder who is top scorer so far this season
Neil Swarbrick from Lancashire
The Millers play Notts County at Don Valley next Saturday, 17th October