Date: 25th March 2011 at 9:48am
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Rotherham United Caretaker Manager, Andy Liddell says that what he says in the dressing room will stay in the dressing room.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, the thirty-seven year old former Barnsley midfielder, who was thrown in at the deep end on Tuesday said, ‘I don`t believe that the dressing room sanctuary should be broken. I believe in these players and I believe they can get where we want to get to. If people ask an honest question, I give an honest answer. I don`t believe in bulls******g people because that bites you in the backside.

‘I will speak about the team all day long and specifics of the team but I won`t tell the press what goes off in the dressing room and I`m not going to tell you what I say to individual players. I don`t think it`s fair to single players out and what I say is between me and them. I don`t want to betray that trust.`

Talking about what he wants for his team he said, ‘As a player, I was totally committed, fit, athletic, and that`s all I expect Rotherham players to be. I`m not asking them to develop a new system. I just want ten outfield players running around, committed, and throwing themselves at balls in the box. That`s all me and Paul (Warne), Nicky (Eaden) and Andy (Dibble) want to see. And, this might sound harsh, but if I don`t see that then players who aren`t playing will be.`


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