Date: 15th April 2016 at 8:54am
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Rotherham United defender Greg Halford says that although he is looking forward to seeing some former colleagues tomorrow when Nottingham Forest are the visitors at the New York Stadium, there will be no ‘old pals act’ from him.

The thirty-one year old spent three years at Forest coming to the Millers when his contract expired last summer.

‘They haven’t been getting the best results recently and we’re level on points,’the midfielder told David Beddows of The Advertiser, ‘If we can go above them then that would be astonishing.

‘We’ll be going into the game with plenty of confidence and we’ll be looking at three points..’

Greg didn’t have the best starts to his life as a Miller but since Neil Warnock and Kevin Blackwell took over he’s more or less played in every game and has fast become a fans favourite.

‘I have worked under Blacky before at Sheffield United so I know what to expect. The stability and togetherness we’ve got now we just didn’t have at the beginning of the season when it was always swapping and changing and I think I played four positions in four games. That doesn’t do the team or the player any good. We’ve now got the stability we craved.

‘Consistency is the main thing in this league and if you get it in formation and personnel then you can get as far as you want.’


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