Date:Thursday March 16 2006
The Millers looked certain for relegation before last weekends game away at Blackpool.
But a superb battling performance at Blackpool saw the Millers take a deserved point, and indeed if wed have finished the game with eleven men may have been three points
On to tuesday when old boy RONNIE MOORE was back in town with his in form Oldham.
This was a game the Millers had to win, and for me from start to finish they never looked like losing it.
On the pitch there is a wave of optimism, backed by two good performances now its on to Huddersfield on saturday, but if we show the same passion and comittment that we showed against Oldham on tuesday a victory is not out of our grasp.
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