Date: 8th March 2011 at 9:47am
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that his team has to be more hungry and creative in attack which is something that was lacking on Saturday against Barnet.

Speaking to , Moore said, with Tom Newey out, Callum Kennedy will get a chance against Bradford this evening. ‘He was unfortunate in his first game that he got himself sent off and he`s waited his chance and now it`s come. He`s a good player and the place is now there for him to keep. It will put a lot of pressure on Tom (Newey) because he`ll be out for three games.`

Asked about Ian Thomas-Moore, who has been injured but made the bench on Saturday, Moore said, ‘There`s always a temptation to bring back good players. There`s scope for me to do one or two little things because one or two players do look a little bit tired so one or two might get a little break.

‘Bradford play four-four-two so I don`t think there will be a reason to change formation although our better formation, for me, is four-four-two where we look organised.`

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