Date: 30th December 2016 at 8:02pm
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Rotherham United Manager Paul Warne thought his players could have got something out of last night’s game believing them to be on top in the first half.

Brewers Boss Nigel Clough said that it was probably the worst his team had performed in the last three games but welcomed their battling attitude.

Speaking after their two-one away win at the New York Stadium, Clough told Brewers Player, ‘There might have been a little bit of fortune at times but we scored two great goals before losing one of our best players John Brayford at half-time.

‘I thought we got some good headers away while John McLaughlin’s handling was excellent in poor conditions.

‘And Chris O’Grady getting his first goal for the club will boost his confidence. He’s been battling away and we kept saying to him keep getting into the six yard box and something will drop and it did tonight.

‘It was important to get our first away win means we start 2017 in good heart.’





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