Date: 22nd February 2018 at 11:34pm
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Rotherham United haven’t lost a game since the beginning of December and will be hoping for that to continue making it fourteen games without a loss on Saturday when neighbours Doncaster Rovers are in town.

Millers Manager Paul Warne said that he knows that his team are in good form telling Radio Sheffield, ‘but it’s not like we’re banging six or seven in.

‘In our last six games we’ve won a few by the odd goal and I know it could have gone either way in all of them. But the performances have been really good and long may that continue but if we perform at that level and don’t pick up the points then there will be no criticism from me.

‘We’ve been counting down the games but I’ve just been telling the lads to put maximum effort in every single game. We’ve got thirteen games left and we keep banging the drum saying pick the points up, go home in your car, have a day off and we’ll see you the day after.

‘What we aren’t doing is going round the training ground banging on how great we are because we’re nothing like that. The lads train really hard and it’s been showing in their performances recently.

‘We’re just trying to pick up enough points to get us in the play-offs. If it’s enough then great, if it isn’t then its disappointing.’


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