Date: 9th December 2016 at 9:22am
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Rotherham United’s Caretaker Manager Paul Warne told Radio Sheffield that he doesn’t agree with training for long periods of time.

Saying he likes to film training then go over it with the players the Millers temporary Boss said, ‘All lads can play football but can they pass quickly, can they do it under pressure, can they do it when someone is really close to you? I want the lads to make the right decisions under pressure.

‘I don’t agree with training for long periods of time but I do agree that training has to be intense and they have to make the decisions in training that they make in the game.

‘If it’s not intense I’ll stop them and tell them again that I want them to make decisions when they are under pressure. That’s how I am. I’m trying to get as much out of the lads on the training ground to take onto the pitch on Saturday.

‘Whether that will change the psychology I don’t know. But if it affects one per cent then great and if I can get lots of those one per cents then good.’

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