Date: 11th November 2011 at 9:08am
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Rotherham United`s third stand-in captain of the season, Danny Harrison says it`s about time we had a good run in the FA Cup.

The Millers travel to Holker Park tomorrow to take on Barrow of the Conference Premier League and twenty-nine year old Harrison told David Beddows of The Advertiser that there would be no better time to go on a cup run.

After winning their first game for ages on Saturday, Harrison said, ‘Our record in the FA Cup isn`t brilliant but it would be good to take a win into our next league game and get on an unbeaten run of five, six or more.

‘I know a few lads who play non-league and they say it`s not nice at all up there but this is the FA Cup first round and when you get an away draw like this you just have to go, take in the atmosphere and work your socks off.`

Team mates, Chris Holroyd and Luke Foster, as well as Manager, Andy Scott, all have experience of playing/managing at Holker Park and Danny said, ‘That might work for us.`

Speaking of being skipper, Danny said, ‘It`s an honour to have but what matters is the win.

‘You feel a little responsibility because you`re looking after your own game as well as trying to watch other people, although you can get too carried away with that. We`d been drilled all week and we all knew our jobs and what we were doing and, for the most part, I think we went out and executed the game plan quite well.

‘I`ve reminded the gaffer that it`s one win from one with me as captain this season!`




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