Date: 8th September 2009 at 11:14am
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Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington says that leaving Manager, Mark Robins is a great manager.

Speaking to Neil Goulding of The Star, the Millers shot stopper says, ‘Mark’s knowledge of the game is first class and for his first job he’s done a fantastic job.

‘It is sad to see him go but with what he’s achieved with Rotherham it’s no wonder his profile has been raised. He’s gone to a Championship club and it’s another great challenge for him and I hope he is successful at Barnsley. It’s sad to see him go and I want to wish him all the best.

‘We’ve got to move on now. We had a chat before the game on Saturday and we all agreed that we had to keep performing for ourselves and the fans.’

Mark Robins brought Andy Warrington to Rotherham from Bury in May 2007 and Andy soon became a fans favourite. Last season he was Vital Rotherham’s Player of the Year and, like last season, we sponsor his away kit this season.

Andy was in fine form on Saturday against the ‘old enemy’ Chesterfield bringing off some good saves to help the Millers to a comfortable 3-1 win and was in the Coca Cola League Two Team of the Week.