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RUFC - Andy Taking One Game At A Time

RUFC - Andy Taking One Game At A Time

Rotherham United shot stopper Andy Warrington says that while he feels sorry for his fellow 'keeper Scott Shearer he is going to grab his chance with both hands.

Speaking to The Advertiser after playing his second consecutive first team game on Tuesday night, the thirty-six year old admitted that when he first came to the Millers he took his place for granted at times saying, 'Now, I`m a bit more mature and there is more competition.`


Andy joined the Millers in the summer of 2007 and has made over two hundred appearances for the club but has taken a bit of a back seat in the last couple of years firstly under Andy Scott who brought in a couple of loan 'keepers and then Steve Evans fetched in Shearer who has played the majority of this seasons games. But when the former Crawley man got injured in training Andy once again stepped into the number one spot and made it into the NPower League Two Team of the Week for his performance at Aldershot last weekend.

'I know it`s a cliché,` Andy said, 'but I`m just taking one game at a time.

'Since Scott came here he`s been fantastic and we have a really good working relationship. We bounce off each other and get the best out of each other and, whoever is playing, the other is behind him.`



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 26 2012
Time: 9:03AM

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