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The helpers deserved more - Warrington
Published : 01 Feb 2013 09:43:53Rss feed
Speaking in todays Advertiser, keeper Andy Warrigton looks back at last Saturday and says the 200 helpers that cleared the pitch of snow deserved more.
200 fans helped cleared 3 1/2" of snow off the New York pitch last Saturday morning in a bid to get the game on, come 5pm I bet most of them wished they had'nt have bothered.
Andy Warrington admits the team let them down; “They deserved more The weather forecast on Friday was poor and on Saturday morning there were four inches of snow on the pitch. A lot of fans turned up to ensure the game was on and people behind the scenes did their bit too."
“They all did a fantastic job but we didn't ultimately and there is nobody more disappointed than me because we let everybody down. You can't put a positive spin on it. It was a shocking performance and everybody knows that in the dressing room. As a team we just weren't good enough.”
He added that the players were feeling the pain of the manner of the defeat; “We do feel it, you wouldn't be a right human being if you didn't, I go away and analyse the game and my performance and I do that every game whether it is good, bad or indifferent. We never got going and the disappointing thing about it is the fact we could have gone third with a win."
“We have to take stock of what happened because it was very poor. It was a massive opportunity that we passed up on. It is easy to say we have to go again but we have to address a lot of issues first."
“As a club we have returned to Rotherham, we have got a magnificent stadium but at the moment it is just not clicking. It is not happening for us but I'm sure it will.” he added.
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