Date: 26th April 2016 at 10:01am
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Rotherham United Manager Neil Warnock has told his Chairman Tony Stewart that he believes the Rotherham United training facilities should be updated.

‘Our training ground at Roundwood is owned by Tata and I have tried to buy it,’ the Millers Chairman told Rob Staton of Radio Sheffield. ‘And know doubt talks will be going on.

‘I’ve also got a training ground not far away at Brinsworth which is all ready to get under way and we are talking to the Premiership for any grants going.

‘So we will be very active and changes and investment will be made in the training ground. Neil and I both want that and, as you’ve seen with the stadium, when we do something ad set our minds to it we don’t do a bad job.’

Asked if next season is about establishing themselves in the Championship, the Chairman said, ‘There’s only Burnley in the top three clubs who we haven’t beaten. We’ve competed with the top clubs in the Championship but I’m not going to get carried away We’ve learned a lot and I’m in it to win it.

‘Neil’s on about four or five players coming in and we’ll be doing our level best to climb up that ladder.’





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