Date: 22nd February 2012 at 5:12pm
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Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Bradley thought the Millers could have come away with three points at Gillingham last night.

Speaking to MillersPlayer after the draw last night, the former Walsall player said, ‘I think we dominated the second half after the first ten minutes and had enough chances to maybe get all three points.

‘We saw a lot of the ball go across the middle, across the box and across the face of goal but hopefully we will start to put them in the net and start to get all three points because it was disappointing but we’ll take the point today.

‘We’ve had three clean sheets in four games now and we’ve played quite well. In the first half they had four up front and seemed to have runners everywhere and they got in a couple of times. But we got it sorted and in the second half limited them to no shots really.

‘That’s three games out of four we haven’t lost and we still have the belief we can be up there. There’s a lot of games in March so hopefully we can push on and keep going.’

Asked if he was enjoying playing at full-back, Mark said he was, ‘After having three and a half months out with my shoulder I’m enjoying playing games. So wherever the manager wants to put me I’ll play.

Asked about the goal that wasn’t given, Mark said, ‘I put the cross in and I think Danny (Harrison) headed it and the ‘keeper pulled off a good save then it bounced up and Grabbs (Lewis Grabban) arm has flicked it in. So it wasn’t going in because the ‘keeper saved and it was handball.


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