Date: 27th November 2009 at 4:06pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore told MillersWorld that he knows tomorrows game against Luton Town in the FA Cup isn’t going to be a walk in the park.

‘They’ve got some quality players but so have we. They’ve got experience up front and they’ve got a bit of pace out wide and the lad Nichols in midfield has experience.

‘It won’t be like playing a non-league side because they are very much like a second division side and they had seven and a half thousand at their last game.

‘We know it’s going to be a difficult game but if we get it down and pass it and get our midfield players on the ball then I’m sure it’s a game we can win.

‘I know Richard Money really well and Kevin Watson who is assistant there. He was magnificent for me as a player, a great captain, great on the ball with great ability. I wish him all the best with his coaching and managerial career.

‘It’s a great opportunity for both teams to get to that third round draw on Sunday which is what we want. If we do, I know the Chairman, and most people, would like a big team at Don Valley and it would be interesting to see Don Valley when it’s really full. I’ve been to concerts there and the atmosphere is really good. Maybe it’s not such a bad idea to get Man United at Don Valley.’