LIAM Ridehalgh has told The Star Rotherham United will not dwell on their defeat to Dagenham and Redbridge.
In a match the Millers dominated for long periods, Kari Arnason’s sending off in the 58th minute proved the big turning point. The versatile player was given his marching orders after nudging over Medy Elito in the penalty area.
Although Claude Davis cancelled out Elito’s penalty, Luke Wilkinson condemned the Millers to their eighth home defeat of the season.
Ridehalgh, on loan from Huddersfield, wants his teammates to respond in a positive manner, starting at Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow.
“We were disappointed to lose to Dagenham but we have got to look forward,” said the left-back. “It will be tough at Wycombe; they’ve got a relatively new manager who has turned things around.”
Rotherham hope to sign two players on loan from a Championship club today, one of which is a striker. He could be without Arnason’s services for two matches following the Iceland international’s second dismissal of the season.