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Rotherham United Goalkeeper Andy Warrington was bitterly disappointed on Tuesday night after only getting one point against his former club York City.

Andy, who made his two hundredth league appearance for the Millers in that game, is expecting the promotion race in League Two to go right to the wire and speaking to The Star said, 'There are a lot of teams in and around there who are vying for the same thing. We have to keep chipping away at Gillingham and Port Vale.`

The Millers are currently fifth in League Two, three points behind Burton Albion who are in the last automatic promotion place. The Millers do have two games in hand on Burton and Northampton Town who are one place above Rotherham. Gillingham in top spot have sixty-five points with Port Vale just two points behind them.

Saying he feels it was two points dropped on Tuesday night, the thirty-six year old shot stopper said, 'We have disappointed at home. It is a great place to play. I think away teams come and see the surroundings and it lifts them. The last home game with Chesterfield was probably one of the best atmospheres I've ever played in. The noise down by pitch side was unbelievable. I was screaming at my defenders and I could not be heard.`




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday February 28 2013
Time: 9:50AM

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