Date: 16th September 2010 at 10:33am
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore is thinking of making changes for the trip to Barnet from the side that let a three goal lead slip to hang onto a point last Saturday.

Speaking to The Star Moore said, ‘We`ve got to get back to keeping clean sheets.`

The Millers have only one clean sheet at Don Valley so far this season and that was in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy win over Lincoln City.

‘We had forty-five minutes on Saturday against Burton to keep it tight and we didn`t which shows how bad we defended. But keeping clean sheets is a team effort and we need to tighten up and that starts from the front and we need both strikers, whoever they are, to work their socks off and the four in midfield to do their jobs.

‘We`ve got to get back to basics on our defending. I`d rather win one-nil than six-four or six-five.`

With Dean Holden not being able to play against Shrewsbury (the club he is on loan from) Moore put Johnny Mullins in the side and has said that he will stick with Mullins at right-back, although Holden did replace Mullins during the second half last weekend. After Mullins was injured in pre-season, Moore thinks he needs games to get back to match fitness.

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