Rotherham boss Steve Evans is delighted his "nightmare" is over after completing a six-match stadium ban.
Evans was handed the punishment at the start of last month by the FA after being found guilty of improper conduct in relation to an incident at Bradford in March when he was in charge of Crawley.
The Millers have endured a tough time without their manager, winning just two of the six games, but Evans will return to the dug-out at Aldershot on Saturday.
"I should never have been away from the dug-out, but I will talk more about that at a later date," Evans said. "We are concentrating on Saturday, it's not about Steve Evans, it's about Rotherham winning the points.
"It's been a nightmare, it would have been a nightmare for any manager. Every manager is needed with his team on a matchday, you can't do your motivational talks or specific tactical things two and a half hours before kick-off, it's just not right.
"But nobody will ever be able to tell whether that is the reason we lost games."