Date: 24th November 2017 at 9:15am
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Rotherham United Manager Paul Warne told Radio Sheffield that he thought the atmosphere at the start of last Saturday’s game at the New York Stadium against Shrewsbury Town was ‘magnificent.’

‘I think that’s the loudest it’s been at the start of a game,’ Warney said, ‘and the lads get up for those sort of games.

‘When you’re winning games at home comfortably which we were and performing well then you don’t win you lose a bit of sparkle but I think we’ve been really unlucky. We had a good goal at Oxford cancelled out, we had a goal at Crewe disallowed and no-one still knows why and I thought we should have had a penalty in the last minute against Shrewsbury. If you flip then around we aren’t in the worst form. I think we are playing alright but we aren’t getting the points to mirror our efforts.

‘I’ve spoken to the Referee’s Assessor more times this year already than I did the whole of last season.

I think we are playing alright but we aren’t getting the points to mirror our efforts. We’re not on the best run points wise but we aren’t that far away though we do need to tighten up on a couple of things.

‘On paper December looks an easier month for us to start to pick up points and move back up the table.’

We seem to start off well and finish well but, for me, there’s something lacking in the middle of the game, whether that’s stamina, wrong tactics or something else I’m not really sure. I actually thought we ‘stole’ a point at Doncaster and got what we deserved at Crewe.




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