Millers Paul Warne has been out of action since an injury picked up against tonight's opponents Torquay back in December.
In the Advertiser manger Ronnie Moore tells how much the absence of Warne with his non-stop running has been missed. Moore saying:
"Warney's an infectious character and he brings something special to the camp. Having him back involved can only be a good thing. He's tried to come back too soon from the injury and it's set him back a bit. It might be about another ten days until he's back training again."
"It's a pity because we've missed his impact in coming on for us in the last 20 minutes. To be honest, there's matches I would have started him in had he been fit."
Warne's approach to the game is something younger players should be taking on board, Moore continued: "No paid professional ever goes out not to try, although sometimes it might look like they are. "We can all have a bad day in passing and the other skills of the game but that shouldn't spread to having a bad day running around and still giving it your all."
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