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Paul Warne is happy with Rotherham's performance

Wed 20 January 2021 | 10:03

Rotherham boss praises his side’s performance against Stoke.

Rotherham

took the lead twice in a match that ended with a 3-3 draw between them and Stock but

Paul Warne

says that they had a good game despite the draw.

“I really enjoyed it and it’s sad the fans weren’t in. Both sets of fans would have really enjoyed it. Both teams weren’t settling for a draw.”

Warne said

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“I always ask the lads to leave everything out on the pitch and they did. I’ve no complaints.

“The longer the game went on they just kept freshening it up. There were no complaints from me about the goals we’ve conceded.

“Our second-half performance was really good. I am really proud of the fact I manage them because they were amazing.

“Overall it was a really good team performance and although they didn’t get three points it’s one they should be really proud of.”

Stock

manager on the other hand was mad at his players saying that they showed a poor performance specifically in defensive works.

“Each of the goals we lost were really poor. We outlined to the players what they would be dealing with.”

O’Neill said

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“We didn’t defend the box and played against a team who are very direct and honest. If you look at the nature of the goals, we gave the ball away in a bad area for the first. The second and third people haven’t competed at a second ball.

“It’s about making the right decisions. At times we caused our own problems.

“Ten draws is too many and we felt in a number of those games we’ve given up the opportunity to win. We are on a run at the minute of too many draws but we are trying to get out of it.”

 


source: SportMob

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