Date: 5th March 2012 at 7:47am
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Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott wasn’t impressed with his sides first half performance on Saturday in the draw with Barnet saying he was ‘fed up’ with saying the same things week in, week out.

Barnet boss, Lawrie Sanchez said that he was pleased with his sides battling spirit and that he couldn’t fault the attitude of his players.

Speaking after the one-one draw, Sanchez said, ‘I thought we were very good in the first half and deserved our lead and perhaps could have had one or two more.

‘They (Rotherham) started well in the second half and Liam (O’Brien) made a good save to keep us ahead. They crossed an awful lot of balls into our box today, you can see the quality of their crossing and with the two front men they have people who can head the ball. They put our back-four under a lot of pressure. But to be fair to the back-four they coped with it expect for just one cross.

‘As the situation developed over the afternoon, and going down to ten men again, to come out with it with a point – I`m happy with that.’






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