Should the Millers beat Exeter, Bury who is managed by former Miller Alan Knill could claim the last promotion place.
Cutt's looks back at having to quit the game: "I had loads of epidural injections towards the end of my time at Rotherham and I just could not carry on. After that last game was against Bristol I couldn't run for five months. I was in the gym every day trying to build my back up." Cutler said.
"I started doing part-time coaching at Hereford and Bury but then Alan Knill asked me to knock Hereford on the head and go full-time with him. It's been a really good season and I can't complain so far. Promotion really would seal it." he added.
Cutler is teaching 6 to 16-year-olds in the midlands and works with the youths and first team at Bury; "The important thing is that I've kept within the confines of the game and you can't argue with that. It's a great job,"
"Yes, I'm at an age where I'd be coming into my peak as a goalkeeper but you can't think 'what if.' Now is the next phase of my career and it's a new one and it's something I really want to get my teeth stuck into and be the best at it I can be."
"Rotherham have done really well getting the point they have and not only making sure they survived, but finishing not too far off the play-offs. Don Valley is so open and windy, it can't be easy playing there every other week. So much has changed at Rotherham since I left but I like the way they're heading and the new stadium will be the platform for big things." he said.
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