Moore puts faith in players to rekindle form

Last updated : 02 November 2010 By Duke

After Loan signing Mark Randall broke his collarbone on his debut and was ruled out for 6 to 8 weeks, Millers boss Ronnie Moore was given the go ahead by chairman Tony Stewart to bring in another player. But as Moore explained on Millers Player, a loan would be a waste at the present time.

"We have to be very careful, if a centre back picks a knock up we could be in trouble, we are not strong at right back at the present time. There is not a lot of pressure on John Mullins, he is a million times better player than he has shown in the last few games, and he is just off it a little bit", said Moore.

"He has to grit his teeth and roll his sleeves up, he and Tom Newey are just having a little wobble at the moment, but they will come through that they are quality players and for sure they will come to the front sooner rather than later.

"The problem we have got is we have two cup games coming up and nobody is going to let anyone play in those cup games, so really we are wasting a week of a loan if we bring anyone in at this time.

"We are looking at that area, we are looking at midfield, but it will be the league game against Oxford before we bring anyone in," added the boss.

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