Dire Millers face boos

By | 02/11/2009 0 comments

Dire Millers face boos

ROTHERHAM United were booed off at Don Valley Stadium on Saturday as their poor form continued with a goalless draw against Aldershot Town.
Many of the crowd of just over 3,000 vented their frustration at half time and full time of a dire League Two encounter which left the Millers with just one win from six since Ronnie Moore succeeded Mark Robins as manager.
Rotherham struggled to carve out chances, their best coming late on when an Andy Nicholas header was saved by Mikhael Jaimez-Ruiz.
Moore said: "A point was probably fair. We lacked a cutting edge. We tried to pass the ball and play the right way but we tend to go route one too quickly."
The Millers now have to negotiate a tricky FA Cup first-round tie at non-league Wealdstone on Sunday before returning to league action at Port Vale on Saturday week.
Midfielder Micky Cummins, meanwhile, is out for six weeks with a groin injury.

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