Date:Saturday November 5 2011
Don Valley Stadium
5 November 2011
Rotherham United take on Aldershot this afternoon at Don Valley with the Millers needing to get back to winning ways.
The Shots are two points and two places above the Millers, who are in fifteenth place. Aldershot will come into this game full of confidence on the back of winning their last three league games while Rotherham have drawn their last three and have been leaking goals like the proverbial sieve.
Andy Scott - Aldershot are probably one of the best sides I`ve seen in our league this year. They are very energetic and get bodies forward and they scored five goals away from home against Dagenham. They`ve got very, very hard working players who know their job and who are very attack minded. They go all out to win the game and make it difficult for defences. They`ve done well this year without picking up the results they wanted and Dean (Holdsworth) sees them as being similar to us and having played better than their results have merited.
Dean Holdsworth - Rotherham are a good club with good players and are a much fancied and high profiled team for the division and they have a lot of expectancy. We need to go there with confidence and with three wins on the trot in the league the lads are hungry for more success.
With Ryan Cresswell and Michael Raynes out injured this will pave the way for Guy Branston to start for the first time since being shown a red card in his first game back for the Millers. Andy Warrington is still having a slight problem with a thigh injury so Conrad Logan should keep his place between the sticks.
Energetic player who isn't afraid to take defenders on and who has scored six goals already this season
Dean Holdsworth will be without Alex Rodman who has a shoulder injury and will probably name the same squad he has for the last two games.
leading the goal scoring charts in League Two at the moment and Andy Scott likens him to a 'Paul Warne` with goals!
James Linington from Newport, Isle of Wight
The Millers travel to Barrow next Saturday (12th November) in the first round of the FA Cup. Kick-off is 3.00pm and tickets go on general sale at 9am on Monday, 7th November at Mangham House.
Date:Saturday November 5 2011
RUFC - Head-to-Head v QPR (Thursday December 8 2016)
RUFC - Joe Happy To Have Warne As Boss (Wednesday December 7 2016)
Vital Rotherham's Man Of The Month - November (Wednesday December 7 2016)
RUFC - Ref Watch v QPR (Wednesday December 7 2016)
RUFC - Reserves Get First Points (Tuesday December 6 2016)
RUFC - Chairman Is The Calm One (Tuesday December 6 2016)
RUFC - Pressley's Name Top To Take Over The Helm? (Tuesday December 6 2016)
Sky's 10 In 10 - Who Features? (Tuesday December 6 2016)
RUFC - Warney 'Support Was Pretty Amazing' (Tuesday December 6 2016)
RUFC - Reserves Away This Afternoon (Tuesday December 6 2016)
|Lansbury But No Montanier Nomination
» Forest : 08/12/2016 11:42:00
|Midfielder Touch And Go For Blackburn
» Preston : 08/12/2016 11:30:01
|Moving In The Right Direction
» Blackburn : 08/12/2016 11:30:00
|Stam Hoping To Chat With Manchester United Legend
» Reading : 08/12/2016 11:30:00
|Grayson - Arsenal A Great FA Cup Draw For Preston
» Preston : 08/12/2016 11:00:00