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RUFC - Warrington - life in the old dog yet!

Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington says there's more years left in him yet after playing his hundredth game for the Millers against Port Vale recently.

'I'm proud to get to one hundred,' the thirty-three year old told David Beddows of The Advertiser, 'and it's quick to have got there in two-and-a-quarter seasons. Touch wood that there is plenty of mileage in me to get many more here.'

Andy began his career with York City before moving to Doncaster Rovers and then Bury. He joined the Millers in 2007 and has twice picked up the Vital Rotherham Player of the Year Trophy as well as other awards.

'I feel fitter now than I did three-and-a-half years ago just before I broke my leg at Donny,' he said. 'I absolutely love it and I look forward to every day whether it's training or a game. At thirty-three I think I've got at least another four seasons in me.'

The Millers have now got four successive wins even though, and I think they will be the first to admit, the football hasn't been the best. Warrington thinks the 'smash and grab' win at Torquay last weekend could turn out to be the one that stands out at the end of the season. 'It wasn't a polished performance,' the shot stopper admits, 'but I hope we can look back in May and think that those three points at Torquay have got us somewhere.'




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Date:Friday November 27 2009

Time: 9:22AM

 

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