Date: 21st July 2013 at 9:56am
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Rotherham United Assistant Manager Paul Raynor was disappointed with, what he himself called, the ‘sloppy` goal that his side conceded to lose to Huddersfield Town to yesterday but Terriers Manager Mark Robins was pleased with the improvement he saw in his team at the New York Stadium.

Speaking to Huddersfield`s Official Site after the one-nil win the former Millers player and Manager said, ‘I think we controlled the game from start to finish. I thought the second half was a bit more pedestrian but at this stage they are still getting tiredness in their legs. All we need to do is be a bit more clinical in the final third in terms of passing the ball into the box and finishing.

‘Rotherham have a really strong, in-depth squad and in the second half when they`d swapped the team around they had as strong a side out as they did in the first half. They have momentum behind them with the new stadium and promotion to League One so we have to be pleased with our days work here.`

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