Millers manager Ronnie Moore praised his side's fighting spirit after they rescued a point at Stockport County last night with two goals in the last five minutes.
"We would not have saved this one last season but there is a spirit and a determination about this group," he said.
"It wasn't one of our best performances but the important thing is they never gave in and were rewarded with a brilliant equaliser from Ryan Taylor at the end."
On loan midfielder Mark Randall faces disciplinary measures from the club after missing the game. The Arsenal player was booked into a hotel but decided to go home instead and on his return journey yesterday his car broke down on the M6 and the club only learned of his misfortune a couple of hours before the game. "It was a lack of professionalism and he'll be dealt with," said Moore.
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