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Hereford vs. Rotherham

Edgar Street

8 May 2010

3.00pm

Millers v Bulls Preview

Rotherham United travel to Edgar Street tomorrow knowing that they are in the play-offs but not knowing who, when or where they will play.
Hereford re-appointed Graham Turner as manager in March, after he stepped down when the Bulls were relegated at the end of last season

Vital Quotes:

Graham Turner - Rotherham will be wanting to use this game as preperation for the play-offs but, I know Ronnie Moore and I don't expect them to be anything less that one hundred per cent committed. But, we've had a reasonable run of late and I want to keep that going
Ronnie Moore - Since Graham Turner took over again Hereford have been magnificent. We know their weaknesses and we know their strengths

Hereford Team News:

Hereford will be without on-loan Craig King, who has gone back to Leicester and it could be that Graham Turner has a problem filling his subs bench

Player to watch: Marc Pugh

Top scorer this season, midfielder Marc joined the Bulls last summer

Rotherham Team News:

Ronnie Moore is resting Adam Le Fondre and Josh Walker. Paul Warne and Danny Harrison will probably play some part in the game and it is probable that Drewe Broughton might start

Player to watch: Kevin Ellison

The only other player to score in the last few games apart from Adam Le Fondre

Ref Watch:

EL Ilderton from Tyne and Wear

Next Fixtures:

The Millers will play their first leg of the play-offs on either Saturday, 15th or Sunday, 16th May




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