Yorkshire latest: Ex-Leeds man joins Millwall; Gray frustrated

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Gibbs joins Millwall

Former Leeds United assistant manager Nigel Gibbs has joined Millwall as a first-team coach. 

Gibbs, who was part of Brian McDermott's back-room staff, accepted the chance to join the Lions yesterday evening. 

Gray annoyed

Stuart Gray has become frustrated by Sheffield Wednesday's lack of goals so far this season. 

The Owls have scored just 16 times in their first 21 matches and their lack of ruthlessness in front of goal has frustrated him. 

“We have to start sticking the ball in the net,” Gray told the Sheffield Telegraph. “Wolves was probably the first game at Hillsborough where we have dominated for 60 minutes. We had enough chances to win the game.”

Evans only looking up

Rotherham United boss Steve Evans insists that he is looking up rather than down the table despite the club's struggles of late.

The Millers are in a precarious position, one spot above the Championship drop-zone, but Evans is not looking over his shoulder. 

“We’re always looking up," he insisted to the South Yorkshire Times. "We’re three or four points away from being up near mid-table.”

Clough wary

Nigel Clough is wary of the threat that Southampton could pose to his side in the League Cup later tonight. 

Clough's Sheffield United team go into the game as heavy underdogs and the Blades boss is aware of the dangers the Saints pose.

“We have done well in the cups this year, but this is the biggest test so far. Southampton have, I think, the most to their game, the most aspects, and even their set-plays are strong," he said to the Yorkshire Post

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