By | 06/10/2009 0 comments


RONNIE Moore voiced his delight after scoring his first win on his return as Rotherham United manager on Saturday.
The Millers twice came from behind to win 3-2 at Crewe with Kevin Ellison and Adam Le Fondre pulling the scores level before substitute Drewe Broughton came on to net the winner five minutes from time.
"To come from behind twice and go on to win, that's the sign of a good team," said Moore. "We showed great spirit and I was delighted for the players."
Le Fondre's goal, from the penalty spot, took his tally for the season to nine after his £100,000 transfer from Rochdale.
The win pulled the Millers back up to second in League Two ahead of this week's home date with Hereford United.

* Pictured: Ronnie Moore shakes hands with Nicky Law after Saturday's win.

See Friday's Advertiser for full match analysis and more action shots from Gresty Road.

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