Date: 23rd January 2008 at 11:04am
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Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington says it was brilliant to play in front of a full Millmoor on Saturday and also praised the away following.

Speaking to MillersWorld about the two up and coming away games at Chester and Peterborough he said, ‘We are playing well away from home because we have confidence. We play attacking football and when we play away they like to attack us. That opens it up and that’s when we come into our own. And the following has been fantastic and the fans really get behind us.’

Talking about McGleish’s goal on Saturday he said, ‘I beat myself up about it all weekend. I got into a position to take a cross but as it crossed the eighteen yard line I realised I couldn’t get back. But I do think it was pure fluke.

‘I thought we played well in the first half but Wycombe came back at us in the second. There could have been more goals in it and, in the end, I think we were happy with a one-one draw.’