Date: 22nd December 2016 at 10:02pm
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Rotherham United’s Caretaker Manager Paul Warne told Radio Sheffield that he’s feeling lucky at the moment because he’s got a fit squad.

‘Camp (Lee Camp went on the grass but is still a little bit sore. He’s not feeling one hundred per cent so he won’t be playing any part over Christmas I wouldn’t have thought.

‘Broady (Kirk Broadfoot has trained well again today and so did Greg Halford who is probably a couple of weeks ahead of schedule. In an ideal situation I wouldn’t play him in the Boxing Day game although I may include him on the bench but I’ve not decided that yet although the way he gave Wardy such a hard time in training I would like to include him. But, in fairness, the lads on the bench have all been giving their all. Realistically I’d like to give Broady another seventy or eighty minutes in a game behind closed doors then I know he’s ready and raring to go.

‘The job I have now because Broady thinks he should play is, as Manager, keeping him happy. But it’s good news for me to have him chomping on the bit.

‘The only player I’ve got out is Jonson Clarke-Harris. I’ve had a good chat with him and if I can get him back for March then with his physicality and the way we play he might do a job for us. It would be nice to have another striker addition.’

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