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RUFC - Shearer here for success

Rotherham United Goalkeeper Scott Shearer says that he joined the Millers instead of staying with Crawley in a higher division, because he thinks Millers Boss Steve Evans will bring success to the club.

Speaking to The Advertiser the Glasgow born thirty-one year old said, 'The gaffer is a fiery character, that's one side of him, but there is another side to him that you can relate to while chatting to him as a normal person. He took me in at Crawley and promised success which we got and he's promised the same again and I believe him - in fact we have a lot of belief in each other. It's an adventure and I feel that it's going to be a successful one.'

Talking about last weeks game at the KC Stadium, where Scott brought off some good saves, he said, 'It was the first game of the season and, with it being a new team, we were still learning to play together. But we are taking a lot of positives out of it.'

Having Andy Warrington in direct competition for the number one spot can only be good and Scott insists that there pushing each other every day is what they both want. 'We get on well and work hard together and that's exactly what I want. Whoever isn't playing supports the other which is the way it should be because it's about the team not individuals.'

I don't know about anyone else but I really do think we've got the best two 'keepers in League Two this season. Scott was well thought of at Crawley while Andy has a bagful of experience which can only be good for both of them.

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Date:Friday August 17 2012

Time: 4:40PM


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