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RUFC - Lids 'dressing room talk stays there'

RUFC - Lids 'dressing room talk stays there'

Rotherham United Caretaker Manager, Andy Liddell says that what he says in the dressing room will stay in the dressing room.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, the thirty-seven year old former Barnsley midfielder, who was thrown in at the deep end on Tuesday said, 'I don`t believe that the dressing room sanctuary should be broken. I believe in these players and I believe they can get where we want to get to. If people ask an honest question, I give an honest answer. I don`t believe in bulls******g people because that bites you in the backside.

'I will speak about the team all day long and specifics of the team but I won`t tell the press what goes off in the dressing room and I`m not going to tell you what I say to individual players. I don`t think it`s fair to single players out and what I say is between me and them. I don`t want to betray that trust.`

Talking about what he wants for his team he said, 'As a player, I was totally committed, fit, athletic, and that`s all I expect Rotherham players to be. I`m not asking them to develop a new system. I just want ten outfield players running around, committed, and throwing themselves at balls in the box. That`s all me and Paul (Warne), Nicky (Eaden) and Andy (Dibble) want to see. And, this might sound harsh, but if I don`t see that then players who aren`t playing will be.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday March 25 2011
Time: 9:47AM

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