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Harford: I won't quit

Harford: I won't quit

Rotherham manager Mick Harford insists he will not be forced out of the club, despite going 16 games without a win.

The Millers are locked in a relegation battle, but Harford insists he will tough it out at Millmoor.

He told BBC Radio Sheffield: 'I have signed a contract and I do not plan to quit.

'We are going through a bad spell but I have faith in the players and am sure that with a lot of hard work the situation will improve.'

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday December 9 2005
Time: 5:02PM

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