Date: 28th November 2009 at 7:10pm
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Rotherham United drew in the second round of the FA Cup with Luton Town this afternoon and Manager, Ronnie Moore says the team were naive.

Speaking to MillersWorld, Moore said, ‘I thought we gifted them two goals today by bad decision making.

‘The penalty was unbelievable and we were naive to get done like that. And for the second they’ve gone through us like a knife through butter and scored. If you play square balls you are always going to be in trouble and it was a silly ball to play.

‘But when we went two-one up I thought there was only going to be one winner and, for the first time since I’ve been here, I felt comfortable in the dugout and it was just a matter of when we would get the third.

‘But good sides don’t concede at two-one up. You’ve got to go on and be patient and not go gung-ho and go chasing it. You have to keep the ball and keep the shape and sooner or later they’ve got to come out and then you pick them off.

‘The replay is a game we could do without.’