Date: 26th April 2015 at 10:05am
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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans was disappointed with the fact his team only got one point out of yesterday`s game with Norwich City but declared it had been a ‘stunning performance` from his team.

Meanwhile City Manager Alex Neil has more or less resigned himself for a play-off spot come the end of the season.

‘I`m disappointed,` the Canaries Boss told their Official Site, ‘After leading one-nil with five minutes to go I expect us to see the game out. But, considering we only had ten men for the vast majority of the game I thought, defensively, we did well.

‘We managed to take the lead against all the odds and the boys stuck to their task and in the main we looked relatively comfortable.

‘I think Rotherham had one clear chance through Matt Derbyshire and to concede that type of goal at the end was extremely disappointing.

‘It won’t be difficult to lift ourselves, it looks as if we will be ending up in the play-offs, we want to win against Fulham and take that momentum into the play-offs. We want to put some wrongs right.`

Asked about Lewis Grabban`s sending off early in the game, Mr Neil said, ‘I haven`t looked at it but if Lewis is deemed to be guilty it`s something we`ll deal with.`




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