Rams' EFL Trophy exit 'embarrassing' - Warne

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shire-based football club Rotherham United. He took over as manager in April 2017, and has since been working hard to improve the team's performance on and off the field. Under Warne's leadership, Rotherham United has made some significant changes. He has tried to create a culture of unity and hard work among his players, and has encouraged them to take responsibility for their performances. He has also introduced a more disciplined training regime and has been working closely with the club's physiotherapists and medical staff to help keep the players fit and healthy. One of the key challenges facing Warne this season is to ensure that Rotherham United remains in contention for promotion to the Championship. The team currently sits in sixth place in the League One standings, but there is still a long way to go in the season. Despite this, Warne remains optimistic and believes that with hard work and good leadership, his team can go all the way. He is determined to build on the successes of last season and lead Rotherham United to further glory in the future. Free English: Paul Warne has taken over as manager of Rotherham United and he wants to improve their team performance to become better on and off the field. The team has made some significant changes such as creating a culture of unity and hard work. Additionally, they have introduced a disciplined training regime and work closely with medical staff to keep the players healthy. The challenge Warne faces is to keep the team in promotion contention. Despite this concern, Warne is hopeful and believes in leading his team to success through hard work and encouraging strong leadership. Ultimately, he wants to continue building on the team’s successes and help bring them glory in the future.

Paul Warne, the manager of Derby County, expressed regret to the fans for the humiliating loss to Bradford City in the Bristol Street Motors Trophy.

According to Warne, the loss cannot be softened, even though it allows Derby to concentrate on being promoted.

He expressed his honest opinion when he spoke to BBC Radio Derby by saying that it is not a positive outcome. Instead, it is disappointing news and we did not perform well during the game.

"People spent a lot of money and sat in the cold to watch that. I am sorry for that."

This season, Derby County have been eliminated from three cup competitions at home, including their round of 16 defeat in the latest competition. So far, they have been defeated by Crewe, a team from League Two, in the FA Cup as well as by Blackpool in the Carabao Cup.

Before, Warne succeeded in claiming the EFL Trophy while leading Rotherham and was eager to fulfill owner David Clowes' desire for a trophy win in his second year leading the team.

Warne expressed that their intention of being present at this game was to emerge victoriously and to create lasting moments.

"We aimed to reach Wembley as I understand the importance of this opportunity."

Our performance was not up to our standards. We felt let down and a little ashamed - not necessarily because of the final score, but because of how we played.

As a group, we didn't perform up to par and fell far short of our expected standards.

Warne altered the team lineup by six players for the match following their recent victory over Fleetwood, who are currently at the bottom of the League One table. This win helped them reach the same number of points as Peterborough, who are in third place.

Although the Rams won 9 out of 11 league games and are close to securing an automatic promotion spot, Warne stated that their elimination from the Trophy competition has made their goal of promotion more difficult to achieve.

According to Warne, he doesn't believe that anyone took advantage of the opportunity.

Everyone wants to perform well when they play, but the fact that their performances were just average was quite disappointing.

"If we continue performing at this level over the next few months, there's no need to get overly enthusiastic."

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