Decision to make for Matty Taylor as Rotherham United look to make him their new manager

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EXETER City boss Matty Taylor says he's been offered the manager's job at Rotherham United.

Speaking after his side's 2-2 League One draw with Bristol Rovers this afternoon, he said would be making up his mind whether to move to AESSEAL New York Stadium by tomorrow.

The Advertiser understands he held talks with the Millers on Thursday.

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He told media in Exeter : “I have a decision to make and I’ll be making that decision within the next 24 hours. I have been approached and that’s all I can say – I have a decision to make.

“You have to move every now and then and you have to keep looking forward."

Championship Rotherham are seeking a replacement for Paul Warne and turned to Taylor, who led the Grecians out of League Two last season, after  move to land Cambridge United's Mark Bonner fell through

Taylor added: “I can’t say I am decided either way, but I have to make a decision. It comes down to family, the personnel I speak to every day in the changing room and the staff I speak to every day.

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“It’d be a huge wrench to leave, absolutely massive. I have given ten years of service to the football club, four as a player, one and three quarter years as a coach and then three and a quarter years as a manager, so I have certainly done a lot for this club and I am incredibly proud of what I have achieved alongside a lot of people."

The Millers lost their unbeaten home league record today as they fell to a 2-0 defeat against Wigan Athletic in their first game with senior pros Richard Wood and Lee Peltier in caretaker charge.