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RUFC - Scott hoping Logan is fit for Saturday

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott is hopeful of having goalkeeper, Conrad Logan back on Saturday for the game against Dagenham and Redbridge at Don Valley.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, about Logan, who played more than eighty minutes with a broken nose and loose teeth after an elbow in the face, Scott said, 'He's been to see the dentist and they've sorted him out. His face is a bit of a mess but he did well to carry on. The blood was just continually flowing and he had nose plugs in but it was going into his mouth and his teeth were all over the place. His vision was a bit blurred but he felt that he could carry on and he made the decision at half-time to stay on. That's the type of guy he is and he should be OK for the weekend.

'He wasn't at fault for any of the goals it was just some poor marking in the box from crosses and set-pieces.'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 8 2011

Time: 3:29PM

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No way am I saying it was the wrong decision to keep Logan on against Swindon but, to me, it seemed a bit silly when we had Andy Warrington on the bench
herringthorpe
No way am I saying it was the wrong decision to keep Logan on against Swindon but, to me, it seemed a bit silly when we had Andy Warrington on the bench
herringthorpe
i'll say it then, i think it was wrong to keep him on, warrington should have come on as soon as logan was injured
mvmiller
i'll say it then, i think it was wrong to keep him on, warrington should have come on as soon as logan was injured
mvmiller
'he made the decision at half-time to stay on.' If the players make their own decisions, what does the manager do?
tc0001
'he made the decision at half-time to stay on.' If the players make their own decisions, what does the manager do?
tc0001
Errrr make an executive decision in the best interests of the team? If he'd got blurred vision why risk it? Or is it one of those manager things where he just doesn't fancy ex player of the season Andy Warrington?
baldtobeamiller
Errrr make an executive decision in the best interests of the team? If he'd got blurred vision why risk it? Or is it one of those manager things where he just doesn't fancy ex player of the season Andy Warrington?
baldtobeamiller
Thank-you Logan for putting the team before your own problems! IMO blurred vision or not your distribution of the ball continued to be better than Andy's has been for almost 12 months and long may you continue playing for us!
sixpence
Thank-you Logan for putting the team before your own problems! IMO blurred vision or not your distribution of the ball continued to be better than Andy's has been for almost 12 months and long may you continue playing for us!
sixpence
 

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