Date: 18th November 2011 at 9:59am
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Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott has a bit of a selection headache ahead of tomorrow`s game with Bradford City at Valley Parade and, he`s admitted, it`s not one he really wants.

The problem is whether to pick Conrad Logan or Andy Warrington in goal.

Logan made a big boob last Saturday to present Barrow with the first goal of the game and has, in my eyes, looked a little bit uncomfortable of late. Whereas ‘old faithful` Warrington hasn`t had much of a look in of late, although he has been suffering with a thigh injury.

Speaking to Les Payne of The Star, Scott said, ‘You have to look at it on face value for the rest of the side. If they are not performing to their ability then they should be looked at whether they are playing or not.`

This season, Logan, who is on loan from Leicester City, took over the Number One shirt immediately and he has played fourteen games, letting in twenty goals. Warrington, who has been with the Millers through two administrations and moving grounds, has made just six appearances and conceded sixteen goals. Both have one yellow card.

It’s a bit like ‘daddy or chips’ isn’t it – and a difficult decision for the Manager to make before tomorrow don`t you think?





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