Still an awful lot to be done - Moore

15 May 2010 10:26
The Millers win at Aldershot in the League Two Playoff first leg pleased Manager Ronnie Moore, but reminded people the tie is only halfway through. Adam Le Fondre was the hero of the Millers triumph at the Recreation Ground over Aldershot. After the game Moore spoke to the Official Site saying:"I am obviously delighted with the win because it looked as though it was going to be 0-0," "No one is getting over-excited about anything, we are halfway through and there is still an awful lot of work to be done.""They are a good attacking side with flair but if we defend the way we did today then we win the game because I thought our defence was magnificent today." "The defence won everything in the air, we limited them to very few chances which was pleasing for us and you know that Alfie is always going to get a chance in the game, and it was a fantastic finish."Moore had plenty of praise for the back four, and picked out a Gavin Gunning tackle in the first half as an example of how they played, Moore said:"It was fantastic, as a unit our back four were all fantastic.""There was also a moment when Andy Warrington has come out and made a save but we are not jumping up and down because we know we have to stay professional."Moore rounded off with praise for the travelling fans."They were fantastic, they came a long way and got right behind us, now we need to create that kind of atmosphere at Don Valley on Wednesday; hopefully we will have a good crowd."