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RUFC - Scott talks about Schofield and Williams

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott said he was relieved at the win last Saturday against non-league opposition and can take confidence from the way the team came back to win.

Both Brett Williams, who is on loan from Reading but been out injured and Danny Schofield came off the bench for the last thirty minutes of the game and Radio Sheffield asked Scott about that.

Speaking about Schofield, Scott said, 'I spoke to Danny before the Aldershot game and said that the next two games were probably not going to be his type of game. I think that proved to be the case against Aldershot and, certainly as the game slowed down, against Barrow we needed a little bit of quality to get back into the game and we knew he`d get time on the ball. He did very well when he came on and, to be honest, so did Brett (Williams) who gave us a little bit more impetus going forward and fresh legs.

'Brett still isn`t one hundred per cent match fit. I think he was struggling with this injury when he first came here and then he tweaked it again and he`s still getting to full fitness. He`s showed in the reserve games that he`s a real promising player and he`s done well in training. He`s a big strong lad and he works hard. He`s good in the air and get`s himself in areas where the ball seems to drop which is a good knack for a centre-forward. So, we`re hopeful that we can see the best of Brett coming up now because he deserves his chance to be involved and he`ll be a real help to us and a good addition to the squad now he`s back available.`

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Date:Thursday November 17 2011

Time: 4:36PM


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