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RUFC - Scott, 'I want everyone involved'

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott had his say on the loanees at the club today, starting with Omar Daley who Bradford recalled at the weekend.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Scott said, 'He obviously hadn't played many games since he came here and there's a reason for that. I spoke to Peter (Jackson) and they'd got a lot of injuries there and so they recalled him back, He's their player and he's got to do that and we have to move on.'

Asked about Mark Randall and Callum Kennedy, who haven't featured recently, Scott said, 'Well everyone is involved in the squad and we need everyone to be fit and available and it's important that I look at everyone. We've got a reserve game tonight and I've got to look at all the players here. The lads in the first team did very well on Saturday and gave me everything they had.

'We've got two very important games over the weekend and I'm assessing everyone as we go. I've seen Mark play against Brentford when I was there so I know about him and Callum played against us in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last year. I want to keep everyone involved because we need as big a squad as possible and with the two games coming we're going to need to rotate and change things around. Coming towards the end of the season people are a little bit fatigued but we've got to keep them fresh and keep working on the training ground to get the ideas across that I want to get across. So, it's a matter of weighing up all those ideas and getting a happy medium.'

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Date:Tuesday April 19 2011

Time: 6:09PM


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