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RUFC - Scott 'a lot of positivity around'

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott was asked by MillersPlayer about the forthcoming game away at Swindon in front of the Sky cameras.

'I think the cameras are there just as much because of who their manager is (Paolo di Canio) as much as because we are top of the league. But, we will just concentrate on our game.`

Asked if it would add a bit of extra glamour to the game, Scott said, 'Well, it does do. There might be another five people watching it if they don`t go shopping! It`s not one of them where people will mark it on their calendar and stop in but it`s good exposure for the football club. There`s Alfie going and the new stadium so we need to build on that but treat it like any other game. We are top of the league and it`s come at a good time. There`s a lot of positivity around the place. Everyone wants to be on telly and show how good they are but we will be stressing to the players that they will only show how good they are if they do what we ask them to do and they play how we know they can do.`

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Date:Friday September 2 2011

Time: 10:28AM


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