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RUFC - Scott 'it's been a difficult week'

RUFC - Scott 'it's been a difficult week'

Rotherham United could be without both Richard Naylor and Scott Griffiths for Tuesday nights re-arranged game with Torquay.

Defender Naylor has missed the last few games with a knee injury and, although it was thought he might be available to take part in some of the game today, he had a bad reaction to the injury in training on Thursday.

Griffiths, who missed the draw with Crewe on Tuesday night through, what the club described as a 'personal matter`, trained on Thursday and Friday but has also pulled out with a knee injury.

The Millers have had a difficult week this week and Manager, Andy Scott explained, 'Andy Warrington lost his father on Wednesday, which is devastating news for him. But, it shows what sort of man he is that he wanted to be involved today and be part of the team. Our condolences go to him and his family and we will support him all the way.

'We`ve had Rhys Taylor down with food poisoning and then the injuries to Richard and Scotty it`s been a bad week.``

All at Vital Rotherham send our condolences to Andy and his family



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday March 10 2012
Time: 7:42PM

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