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RUFC - Injury news after last night

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott had to take off his leading goal scorer at half-time last night due to injury.

Lewis Grabban, who put away a first half penalty for the Millers at the Globe Arena in the three-three draw, last night, has a back problem and had to be replace with Chris Holroyd.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, Scott said, 'Grabbs` back went into spasm and he was struggling. And, Revs (Alex Revell) with the birth of his son and a couple of whacks he got on his ankle just ran out of gas. But Chris was outstanding, he was excellent.`

Asked about Andy Warrington, who didn`t take goal kicks for the last ten minutes, Scott said, 'We think he`s got a spasm in his thigh or maybe he`s tweaked something which isn`t great news for us.

'We`ve got a few knocks over the last few days. Michael Raynes has played with a knock today and got through it. We`ve got Guy (Branston) back after another game and Cressy (Ryan Cresswell) is coming on all right so we are starting to get people back and available.'

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Date:Wednesday October 26 2011

Time: 10:41AM

 

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