Date: 18th August 2012 at 9:18am
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Rotherham United Manager, Steve Evans says that Icelander Kari Arnason can dominate League Two this season.


Speaking to the Yorkshire Post about the twenty-nine year old who played for his country this week, the Millers Boss said, ‘Arnason should be in the Championship.`


Agreeing with that is Aberdeen and former Scotland manager, Craig Brown, who was sad to see the midfielder leave to join the Millers with Evans saying, ‘Craig Brown says that in League One or Two Arnason will be the best player every week. That might be a big claim but there is no reason why he can`t be as he has got everything.


‘I went to see him for Iceland against a full French side where he was man of the match by a distance and, if he can be man of the match against a full French side then he can certainly dominate a few League Two games.`


Got to say in the pre-season friendlies and against Hull Arni as I`m sure most of us will be calling him, has certainly impressed me and, if he keeps that up, then he`ll be a fans favourite at the New York Stadium.




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