Date: 1st September 2007 at 11:47am
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Rotherham United’s goalkeeper, Andy Warrington, has told MillersWorld that we have had a tough start to the campaign but he thinks we have coped, in fact, he said we have more than coped.

‘We did well against Peterborough,’ he said, ‘and we now have to take that into the game against Chester, today.

‘Chester have got off to a good start and like Rotherham, they have got some new faces in including Richie Partridge who was here last season and has been making a name for himself with Chester.

‘I think it will be an entertaining game but a tough game – I will stick my neck out and say we will win two-nil.

‘I’m very happy here and I have to say I think it’s one of the best dressing rooms I have ever been in. All the lads get on together and we socialise together. And there are one or two with experience which will help.

‘The fans have been impressive. Last week in the second half at Stockport it was a great feeling to see the stand behind me full of Rotherham fans. Even when we went behind, twice, they got behind us.

‘I’m looking for automatic promotion but I will settle for the play-off’s come the end of the season.’