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Rotherham boss Neil Redfearn does not read Greg Halford's Twitter comments

Rotherham boss Neil Redfearn says he is not interested in Greg Halford's Twitter antics.

The Millers reject, who has been told he has no future at the club, has taken to the social media site on a regular basis this season to air his frustration at his situation.

He slammed club "politics" after he was left out of the matchday squad against Burnley in October, suggested he has been signed under false pretences, hinted that he had not been told he was no longer in Redfearn's plans and then appeared to take a swipe at outgoing assistant manager Eric Black this week.

Redfearn said he has not read any of the comments and is only concerned in helping Halford find a new club.

"Greg has got to sort himself out," Redfearn said. "He's got to go and get fixed up. The club are trying to aid in him that, putting his name about. 

"We're trying to help so he can go and enjoy the rest of his career. 

"I can't do anything about what people put on social media. I don't read things like that anyway. I'm not that interested. 

"From my point of you, we're trying to look after, and do the best by, the lads who are not in the picture and that will continue to happen."

In response to Halford's claims that he was not told about his future, Redfearn added: "Greg had a meeting with Paul Douglas and the situation was explained to him. We're trying our best to get him fixed up. 

"There is no malice in it. There are players who don't have a sight of the first team. We wish them well and hope they can get fixed up so they can continue their careers. 

"It's not something I want to get drawn into. Some players take it well and go and get on with their business, like Jordan Bowery, and hopefully everybody gets what they need out of it. 

"We hope somebody comes in so Greg can go and pursue his career. There's no negativity, no problem."

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