Date: 12th November 2007 at 10:34am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has praise for two of his players – one whose been around for, what seems like, forever and the other who has started to make his mark on the first team on a regular basis.

Thirty-three year old Paul Hurst started as a trainee for the Millers fourteen years ago and the stalwart defender was brought on yesterday against Forest Green Rovers at half time and Robins speaking to MillersWorld said of him, ‘Paul Hurst is a true Miller. He came on to give us the spark we needed to get the draw. He gave a very good performance.’

In contrast to Hursty, Stephen Brogan broke into the first team at the back end of last season and this season he has hardly put a foot wrong. His manager said of the nineteen year old defender, ‘At half time I knew I couldn’t leave him marking Afful as he was on a yellow so we had to change it round. But he was excellent in the second half.’