Date: 14th May 2010 at 11:53am
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Rotherham United midfielder, Danny Harrison said the team didn’t produce on Saturday at Hereford and that Manager, Ronnie Moore, rightly ‘went to town’ on them.

Speaking to The Advertiser, the twenty-seven year old said, ‘We wanted to go into the play-offs but if we play like we did on Saturday then we won’t be in the play-offs long.’

Talking, like everyone else has been over the last few weeks, about the lack of goals, the former Tranmere player said, ‘There’s been a lot of pressure on Alfie (Adam Le Fondre) and people are saying he’s our loan goal scorer. But Kev Ellison has got a good total this year with myself and Josh Walker getting a few as well. I just think we need the ball to bounce for us the odd time but I don’t think goals are something to worry about at the minute.

‘We all realise we are two games away from the biggest match in most of our careers and everyone will be pulling in the right direction for the next couple of games.’

Speaking about opponents, Aldershot, Danny carried on, ‘I don’t think there’s anything to fear. They’re not the team you might have picked to play but in the last match down there we were in the game for large parts and it was individual mistakes that cost us.

‘These are one off games and it really doesn’t matter what has happened in the league or in previous games.’

I don’t think goals are something to worry about at the minute.
– When would you suggest we start to worry about them, Danny?
– If we don’t get goals we won’t be get through the play-offs