RUFC - Luton manager looking forward to game
Rotherham United take on Luton Town tomorrow which brings ex Millers Manager, Mick Harford back to face his former team.
Harford is the manager who was at the helm at Millmoor for the shortest time - just nine months. He took charge of the Millers in April 2005, the day after the team had been relegated from the Championship. He was sacked in December that year and went on to be coach at QPR and assistant manager at Colchester before taking over at Luton this year.
Speaking to The Advertiser, Harford said, 'I enjoyed my time at Rotherham and I am looking foward to the game.'
After Luton had to start on minus thirty this season, he said, 'I think a salary cap should be introduced to stop clubs spending beyond their means. Yes, I think we've been hard done to but we've got to take it on the chin and move forward. It's a monumental task that faces us, Bournemouth and Rotherham but my players can become legends if they keep the club in the Football League.'
Speaking about Millers manager, Mark Robins, he went on to say, 'Mark Robins worked with the Youth side when I was there and he was always forward thinking on the training ground. He's a good lad and I'm delighted for him.'