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Rotherham boss Neil Warnock slams 'disgraceful' Lee Johnson

Rotherham manager Neil Warnock launched a war of words with opposite number Lee Johnson after his side's 1-1 draw at Bristol City.

Warnock branded Johnson "disgraceful" after taking offence to comments the Robins boss made in the local press before the game.

Johnson said: "We have to make sure we win it, whether we do it through aggression, good football or intimidation, we have to make sure we do it. I make no apologies for that."

The Millers boss was incensed by those comments, which he read out from a cut-out of the article in his post-match press conference, and labelled Johnson a disgrace while also referencing a previous spat with Johnson's father Gary.

"He did my team-talk for me," Warnock said. "We stood up to the intimidation, he asked for it in the newspaper.

"He said how we wanted the crowd to intimidate and that's what they tried to do.

"Luckily we had a strong referee who stood up to it.

"I thought it was a disgrace, I know he's a young manager, but it was almost inciting the crowd that. I thought that was out of order doing that. Like father like son.

"I don't think he should be saying things like that.

"I thought they were super again, its a super result for us. I can't say anything bad about anybody."

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