10-Jun-2020 17:04:04 | The Guardian
Coventry and Rotherham are going up but EFL clubs are facing massive challenges over the summer and beyond
“There was one Rotherham fan in the car park, so I tooted at them and waved. I thought: ‘Wow, I could be the manager of Tickhill, where I live, and I’d probably get more people wave at me when I get promotion,’” Paul Warne says. He is reflecting on the muted celebrations when he arrived at the stadium following confirmation his Rotherham team had finished as runners-up to Coventry in League One, after the regular season was curtailed owing to coronavirus. Happiness is inevitably tinged with hollowness given the circumstances.
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