Selection headache for Millers boss...
Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans has a full squad to choose from as the Millers host Fulham tomorrow evening.
Frazer Richardson was the only doubt following a bout of illness over the weekend, but after overcoming that, the Millers boss has a clean bill of health. Anthony Wordsworth also missed out on the squad last Friday, after also missing a day’s training, but Evans insists that the performance of John
“Hopefully we’ve got the same squad,” Evans told Millers Player. “Frazer has been a little bit poorly but it’s just a bug that’s been going around. We’ve all had a touch of it but he should be fine. Anthony missed training last Tuesday because he’s had a touch of a bug and he would have normally got a place on the bench but with missing a bit through illness, and seeing how well John Swift trained on Thursday, he was more like the player when he first joined us so he was chosen.”
It’s Kit Symons’ Fulham who arrive at New York tomorrow evening, and the Millers boss has shown plenty of admiration for the side who include several international players including, high-profile summer signing Ross McCormack.
“It’s another great club who we haven’t played for 20 years, mainly because they were playing European finals while we were at the Don Valley. When you break down their team sheet man for man, the quality they’ve got with the likes of Scott Parker and Ross McCormack we’ve nothing but respect for that playing squad who are on a great run.”