Date: 22nd January 2010 at 3:51pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore says that the season has to start again, tomorrow, against Grimsby.

Speaking after the surprise defeat against bottom of the league, Darlington, at Don Valley, Moore told MillersPlayer, ‘It’s not all doom and gloom you know. We are fifth in the league and we have games in hand. Tuesday’s gone and it happens in football and it’s happened to better teams than us.

‘What we have to say now is, look it’s happened and put it right and we have to start against Grimsby. There’s twenty-four games to play and let’s see if we can finish in the top three.’

Moore said the only real injury worry was Paul Warne, saying, ‘Warney’s struggling and needs complete rest. The fracture hasn’t healed properly and he’s got a moon boot on. He’s going to be out for another four to six weeks. It’s a set back because we could do with Warney because he’s lively and we miss him round the dressing room.’