Crawley must cope with lack of atmosphere - Evans

24 November 2011 01:17
Crawley manager Steve Evans gives his usual pre-match opinions on the opposition, this week paying attention to the lack of atmosphere at Don Valley.

Evans usually has a few choice words for opposing managers and has already fired rants this season towards the likes of Accrington and AFC Wimbledon.

Speaking to Radio Sussex though, he was fairly laid back with his thoughts about Saturdays clash with the Millers.

"They've got a good manager in Andy Scott and he's recruited good players. They want to be in the new stadium in League One. It's a difficult place to go because there is no atmosphere", said Evans.

"We're going to face a good team when we get there and Rotherham fans will back them as much as they can. When they get their new stadium it will be bulging.

"It looks like with the results Andy has had in the past couple of weeks that they've come through the sicky spell. We all get them", he added.

The Millers may come up against former skipper Pablo Mills, who is on the road to recovery after a lengthy injury lay off.