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RUFC - Warney is enjoying his latest role

Rotherham United Assistant Caretaker Manager, Paul Warne is enjoying his latest challenge at Rotherham United.

Speaking to MillersPlayer before tomorrow's game with Morecambe at Don Valley, Warney said, 'It was a stressful as hell to start with and we didn't get much sleep but now I've got used to it and it's been good so far and we're having a good crack. We're enjoying it and we've learned a little bit and we're putting the effort in so hopefully we'll get the rewards on match day.

'Nicky Eaden has been brilliant. He's got his pro licence and he's one clever dude and he's been more relaxed than me and Lidds so he's a good compliment to the team.'

Going onto Saturday's game, Warney said, 'We've had them watched a couple of times and we've heard that they've got some injuries this week so we're aren't one hundred per cent sure who's playing. But we've prepared as well as we can and told the team how we expect them to play. We'll show a bit of respect because they've beaten Chesterfield away and their away form isn't so bad. We are expecting it to be a hard game tomorrow.'

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Date:Friday April 1 2011

Time: 7:23PM

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Whoever they pick good luck today. A good win will boost your team no end.
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