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RUFC - Pabs 'everything's coming together'

Rotherham United skipper, Pablo Mills, says he thinks the side looked settled against Luton Town last week and says that it all seems to be coming together.

Speaking to The Advertiser, the twenty-four year old defender said, 'It was a hard game against Luton and we'd changed the team a bit. We worked hard and got our just rewards. We had enough chances to get more goals but it's important to get these one-nil wins.

'We're away from home this Saturday but we have got enough in our team to go to Dagenham and win. We're on minus three so we're not far off our target of no points. Everything is going to plan.'

I was one of the people who was a bit concerned when Mark Robins made Pabs the captain this season. But, I'm pleased to say, I've been proved wrong. He seems to have taken to his new role like a duck to water and he's impressed me a lot. Since going out on loan to Crawley Town at the start of last season I think he's changed his style of football and the way he thinks. Let's hope he keeps it up and gets the team into plus points next week.




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Date:Friday September 26 2008

Time: 8:20AM

 

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