Date: 11th April 2016 at 7:39am
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Rotherham United Manager Neil Warnock is still erring on the side of caution regarding the Millers being a Championship side but must admit that the four-nil win – and display – on Saturday away at MK Dons will go a long way to survival.

Dons’ Manager Karl Robinson wasn’t so happy with the loss leaving them in the bottom three, nine points behind the Millers.

‘It is what it is,’ the MK Dons Boss told MK Dons Player after the game.

‘I think we openly outplayed Rotherham in the second part of the game but it’s all about the two penalty areas and we’ve not been good in ours.

‘I can’t fault anybody’s efforts. Four-nil flattered Rotherham. Forster-Caskey hit a wonder shot and it hit the bar and they scooped one which went into the far corner.

‘We’re in a very difficult predicament and it’s all about standing up and being counted now and making sure the football club is solid and together and drives forward.

‘I’m obviously gutted but not just with the game with a number of other things.’

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