Millers ready for Wolves on the prowl

Rotherham United's first ever night match at Don Valley, against Wolves
Rotherham United's first ever night match at Don Valley, against Wolves
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No one will be at all surprised if the next visitors to the New York Stadium end up in the Championship. In fact, it will be one of the puzzles of the season if they don’t!

Wolverhampton Wanderers turn up next Saturday possibly top but certainly well clear, with Leyton Orient, in the two automatic promotion spots.

The club that suffered two successive relegations hired Kenny Jackett last summer after he ended his six year stay at Millwall where he had earned plaudits for the job he did.

It was no straightforward task either at Molineux with a number of players still on Premier League wages and plenty to sort out.

Jackett, with promotions on his at Millwall and Swansea, knew what was being demanded at Wolves and that was the shortest time possible in League One.

He certainly knew he had to change the players, jettisoning some, and trying to establish a rapport again between the team and a support which had become increasingly angry at the club’s failings.

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