Paul Warne “buzzing” after last-gasp derby heroics at Doncaster

Rotherham boss Paul Warne can send his children to school guilt-free on Monday after his side earned a last-gasp point at Doncaster.

With the game seemingly lost to Richard Wood’s second-half own goal, Kieffer Moore popped up when his club needed him the most to bundle home an injury-time leveller.

The point, which was probably deserved over the course of 90 minutes, means Warne’s son and daughter will avoid abuse when they go to school in Doncaster on Monday.


“To score a late goal is an amazing feeling, I thought he (the referee) was going to blow,” a relieved Warne said.

“Kieffer will go down as the hero, I was absolutely buzzing, I know my son and daughter can go to school in Donny now and be reasonably proud, I know my kids won’t get bullied until we play them again in about three months.

“When people ask me why I get involved in football management, it is for those five seconds when we scored. The rest of the time it is horrendous.”




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