MARK Bradley has told his Rotherham United team mates not to dwell on their TV nightmare at Swindon Town.
In front of the Sky cameras, the Millers unbeaten league run came to an end as Andy Scott’s side crashed to a 3-2 defeat at the County Ground.
Now Welsh international Bradley is urging the promotion contenders to bounce back from that setback when they entertain Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday.
“It was a bit of a battle and I think we deserved to come away with a point but we are disappointed with the goals we conceded,” said Bradley. “The lads know the goals we conceded weren’t good enough. Hopefully that was just a one off. We have got to forget about it and look forward to the next game.”
Meanwhile, Millers chief Andy Scott has been nominated for the League Two manager of the month award for August. Scott is on the four-man shortlist after leading the club to four wins and a draw.
He faces competition for the prize from Morecambe’s Jim Bentley, Crawley Town’s Steve Evans and Shrewsbury Town’s Graham Turner. The winner will be revealed on Friday.
The Millers Johnstone’s Paint Trophy second round clash with Sheffield United has been arranged for Tuesday October 4, kick-off 7.45pm.