Date: 16th October 2015 at 9:11am
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Rotherham United Manager Neil Redfearn says, that when it comes to training, he is a ‘hands-on’ coach.

‘Every Manager has a different approach,’ Neil told Radio Sheffield, ‘and mine is coaching based. I like to get on the grass with the players and show them what I want to be done.

‘To be fair the lads have been really receptive to the stuff that I want putting in place and I’m very fortunate that I’ve got a good coach in Eric Black because we think very similarly. But Paul Warne and Andy Dibble have been excellent too and been part of this positive surge forward this week.

‘The really pleasing thing from my point of view is how things have come across that are similar between myself and Eric. That transition has come across really well and the players can see the unity and the similar thinking and it’s important that you’ve got that because it sends the same message through.’

I think it can only be a good thing that the new Boss gets ‘his hands dirty’ so to speak and gets out with the players, not relying on others telling him what his squad can and can’t do. It’s got to be better for the players to see their Manager out there being interested in them.





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