Date: 30th August 2007 at 3:03pm
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has a selection problem ahead of Chester City’s visit on Saturday – but it is a problem that any manager would like to have.

Should he stick with the team that drew with Stockport on Saturday or revert back to the team that beat Peterborough so convincingly the weekend before?

The team that beat Peterborough included Danny Harrision who wasn’t in the team that drew at Stockport as his wife had gone into labour (Congratulations to Danny and his wife from Rotherham Vital on the birth of their daughter). Harrison will be available this coming weekend.

Stephen Brogan came in for Harrison, and, has The Star says, did better as the game went on – and, in my opinion, is taking free kicks as well as I’ve seen a Miller’s player take free kicks for many a season. Although Brogan himself had been sidelined for the Peterborough game with a hamstring injury.

Decision, decisions – it’s times like this it’s good to be just a fan in the stands without the responsibilities of a manager!