Let's be realistic, we cant expect promotion - Moore

Last updated : 12 March 2010 By Bigrich.....
Recent results have left the Millers in their lowest position of the season so far and the poor form leaves them looking over thier shoulders for a play off place.

Speaking to the 'Tiser, boss Ronnie Moore accepts things have been tough but insists that a few right results can see the Millers home.

"Criticism is part and parcel of football management. One minute you're the bee's knees and the next you're a dead duck. That has never changed and it never will."

"We have a big squad of players here and we should not be sixth in the league but supporters have to be realistic. We can all hope for automatic promotion but we can't expect it. We have lacked consistency all season and that is why we are not up there."

"Had we drawn against Bradford, the fans would have been cheering the lads off rather than jeering. People get it into their heads that they want changes but if we win three games everything will be fine. Lose and everyone will be moaning again—people are so quick to criticise."

"We're only five points off third place. Three wins and we're bang in there."

"This month will be a big factor in our season, We have to be positive and go and do our jobs. The pitches at Dagenham and Accrington aren't the best in the world. We'll have to be brave and get in there and win our headers. You have to adjust your game to the conditions sometimes." he added.

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