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RUFC - Warrington frustrated

Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington has told Dom Howson of The Star that he's frustrated with the weather.

The Millers have had their last four games called off.

The Millers thirty-three year old shot stopper says he has never known anything like this saying, 'You get the odd game off around Christmas but to have four off consecutively is unbelievable. It's frustrating not doing what we get paid for and the only plus point is a lot of clubs are in the same boat and we are still third in the league.'

The Millers haven't played a competative game since 12th December, having two games at Don Valley postponed and games at Chesterfield and Rochdale called off. And, to be honest, I can't see the game at Don Valley on Saturday against Bournemouth taking place - but we live in hope.

Warrington went on to say that it has been a benefit for Dale Tonge who has been out injured since November. 'Dale was playing really well before his injury, which he played with for a few weeks. He's a very important player in the team and he's now had time to rest and recuperate and it will be a big plus getting him back fit.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday January 5 2010
Time: 10:24AM

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