Paul Warne reckons Guy Branston has what it takes to succeed in management, especially if he needs to dish out the dressing room rollickings.
Branston is the latest ex-Rotherham player to step into the dugout as he has taken over at Chesterfield on a caretaker basis following Gary Caldwell’s sacking last week.
While the job will only be on a temporary basis, Branston has got a ringing endorsement from the Millers manager, who was his team-mate between 1999 and 2004.
“Brano is a great bloke, ridiculously enthusiastic, loves life, loves football more than most people I know,” Warne said.
“If you can get points on enthusiasm alone he will get points. They are playing Luton away and it is sort of like a free hit for him, I don’t think anyone expects them to go there and win but he will.
“He will enjoy doing it for as long as he does it. I think he knows a manager is imminent, but I think he will be good.
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“He will definitely be good motivator in the dressing room beforehand and I dread to think what he will say to the centre-half who misses a header!
“Brano will be excellent, he’s a good football bloke, he is really knowledgable, people who don’t know him might have a different view of him but he is pretty articulate, intelligent bloke.
“I really hope he does well. There’s me, him and Hursty at the moment and Hursty is winning!”