Date: 8th February 2011 at 6:36pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore isn’t interested in the fact that the Millers have only won once in their last fifteen visits to the Priestfield Stadium, where they play Gillingham this evening.

Since that win, almost twenty-three years ago, the Millers have lost seven and drawn too which prompted Moore to tell The Star ‘It’s to put things right.

‘It’s a difficult place to go to regardless of records and it’s another important game against a side up there but I’m confident, if we play like we did on Saturday and have belief then we can come away with a result.

‘This season we have been a bit more adventurous away from home, whereas last season we were difficult to break down and beat. Maybe we have been a bit too adventurous and perhaps that’s my fault because we’ve been trying to take it to teams. We tried to do that in the away games recently that we`ve lost and we`ve gone for it when we`ve been behind in all of them. At Stevenage they caught us on the break twice in the last five minutes. And maybe we need to look at tempering it.’



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