ALAN STUBBS has told former Celtic defender Darnell Fisher to “wise up”.
The English-born right-back agreed a three-year deal with the Rotherham boss during last month’s transfer window.
However, Fisher, in only his fourth game for the club, was ordered off in the 2-2 stalemate with Nottingham Forest in midweek.
Stubbs hailed his side’s draw as the “best performance of the season” before aiming a stinging rebuke at the 22-year-old ex-Hoops prospect, who saw red just before the visitors’ second goal.
The former Hibs boss had no complaints with the match official’s decision and said: “When you’re on a yellow, you shouldn’t be giving the referee the opportunity to give you a second.”
Fisher walked after a crude challenge on Ben Osborn and Stubbs moaned: “I must have run over a black cat with some of the luck that didn’t go our way.
“At 2-1 down, the fans were right behind the team and I thought getting the equaliser was the least we deserved. Sometimes you do get the rewards when you put the hard work in.”
The Millers had Celt Scott Allan in midfield and former Parkhead defender Kelvin Wilson at centre-half as they moved out of the Championship drop zone.