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RUFC - Scott 'March is crucial month'

RUFC - Scott 'March is crucial month'

 
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Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott says that he'd like to think the pre-season work the squad did is now coming into it's own.

Speaking to MillersPlayer Scott said, 'We've got a few players who weren't here in pre-season and they have felt the effects of the Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday-Tuesday games but we have been able to rest a few.

'Nays (Richard Naylor) and Kieron (Cadogan) were rested on Tuesday without any adverse affects to the side and next week is going to be a key week for us to get ourselves ready for March where we have a very busy schedule.

'Nayls had played three games in a week, which is more than he'd played for a long, long time and, at his age, you have to make sure that you take care and we didn't want to injure him so that he's out for, what is, a crucial month for us. Both him and Kieron will be back in contention for the game on Saturday.

'Danny Schofield played in the Reserves yesterday and got through the ninety minutes so he will be available as well.'

Asked about Gareth Evans who has been on the sidelines for some time, Scott said, 'He's stepped up his rehab but we are taking it day by day but we are getting closer to his return to training.

'We've got a real core strength of squad and we are going to need that but we have players who are all capable of playing and doing the job that's required of them which we see when everyone fits in well when they are involved.'


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday February 23 2012
Time: 2:54PM

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