Scott hands out Millers warning

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ROTHERHAM United boss Andy Scott says he is not going to settle for second best.

“Myself and my staff want to make sure that people don’t get away with second best because I’m not here to be second best, I’m here to win,” said Scott.

“The job is to get promotion at this football club and if people hold me back from doing this then I’ll cut them loose.

“We have just lost our second game in 10. You don’t become a bad group overnight but you have to nip it in the bud very quickly and if there are changes to be made then so be it.”

The Millers reserves won 2-1 at Hull City at North Ferriby last night with goals from Ben Pringle (eight minutes) and a last minute effort from young substitute Giorgio Williams.

Johnny Mullins didn’t figure, possibly with an eye on a first team start on Saturday at Port Vale. Troy Brown operated at right-back and Dale Tonge at left-back.