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RUFC - Scott 'Guy is good to have around'

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott says that Guy Branston's red card last Friday is a big blow to the Millers.

Guy re-joined the Millers from Bradford City on a three month loan deal, but didn't quite last the ninety minutes last Friday against Bristol Rovers, receiving a red card for a poor tackle, midway thought the second half.

Speaking to MillersPlayer Scott said, 'It is a blow but it's important that he's around us on the training ground because he's a big personality who gets people going. He doesn't suffer fools and he's a funny boy as well and on the pitch he just wants to win everything.

'He's good at lightening the mood and brings that experience and reassurance to everybody and advice as well which is important for the younger players.'

Speaking about the red card, Scott admitted it was a silly challenge but said, ''That's Guy, he's wholehearted. He read the situation very well but had a poor touch after he got himself into a good position to clear the ball but as soon as he was running away he knew what was going to happen. It wasn't malicious, he didn't intend to hurt anyone. He's improved his game disciplinary wise over the last few years and we brought him in to be aggressive and to lead the players as well as to be physical and dominate centre-halves and centre-forwards.

'We have to wait for him to return but it gives the other lads an opportunity to watch him in training and learn off him and keep working hard at their games.'


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Date:Friday October 21 2011

Time: 9:10AM

 

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