Date: 25th October 2009 at 12:54pm
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Rotherham United’s new goalkeeping coach, Andy Dibble says he is settling in fine at the club and everyone has made him feel at home.

‘Really, football is the same wherever you go,’ the forty-four year old told MillersWorld, ‘and training methods usually remain the same.

‘I’ve known Jimmy (Mullen) and Ronnie (Moore) from the past and now it’s getting to know what they want and linking in with them to make a good management team.’

Andy was asked about goalkeepers Andy Warrington and Jamie Annerson.

‘Andy is an honest professional,’ Andy said, ‘and a very very good goalkeeper who has always been a good servant to the club and any club he’s been with.

‘I don’t know much about young Jamie but he obviously has a lot of pedigree. I saw him for the first time in a reserve game recently where he had a quiet game. I’m looking forward to doing a lot of work with him on the training ground because there’s a lot of potential there and it’s my job to get that out of him. But, he does look more than competent.’

Andy came to the Millers from Peterborough where he was their goalkeeper coach for more than two years, going with them up into the Championship.

A Welsh international, he started his career with Cardiff City and has played for various clubs including Luton, Manchester City, Rangers, Sheffield United, Wrexham and Accrington Stanley.