Date: 29th September 2010 at 10:23am
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore said, for the second time in two games, that his team were lucky to come away with anything from the nil-nil draw against Bradford at Don Valley last night.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, Moore said, ‘I think we were fortunate tonight and for the last two games Woggy (Andy Warrington) has been Man of the Match and he`s made some good saves tonight.

‘They (Bradford) are a big strong side, which we knew they would be. I thought we had a lot of possession in the first half but the final ball into the box was awful and we`ve got to improve on that.

‘We`re in the top three and we should really be beating teams like Bradford but they were favourites at the start of the season and their form will come again because they`ve got some decent players in the squad.

‘We`ve had two really tough games in four days and I`d have loved to have won tonight but I`m pleased we got a point.`

Talking about Andy Warrington, Moore said, ‘He`s been fantastic for us since I`ve been here. And some of the saves he`s made tonight have been fantastic but I don`t like the ‘keeper getting the Man of the Match when we`re at home.’

If the Millers had won last night and other results had gone their way, they could have been top of the league going into the game against Bury on Saturday but Moore said, ‘You don`t win the league tonight. It`s not good being top now, it`s May when you want to be top. Being top now is just an ego thing for the supporters. We want to be top or in the top three come May and this point might take us on the way to being there.`



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