ROTHERHAM United boss Andy Scott has threatened that players who can’t take the club’s “demands on board” will be out of the team.
“It’s difficult to take after what we’ve worked on in the week,” said Scott after his side’s 4-0 home defeat to Southend United who replaced Rotherham in the top three of League Two.
“Can players not take on board what’s being asked of them? If that’s the case they won’t be playing.”
The Millers boss cancelled Sunday off and had the squad in to watch the game DVD.
Scott said he’d let his feelings known afterwards adding: “I don’t care if I fall out with people, I’m not here to make lifelong friends who I speak to when I’m 60 - I’m here to win matches and get this club promotion and give players better careers.
“If they want better cars, houses, girls, whatever, they have to be successful to make it happen.”
Scott was critical of many aspects saying they had been outworked and outfought.