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Same Old Story.

Millers boss Alan Knill was a dissapointed man after seeing his side slump to an embarrasing 3-1 defeat at Doncaster yesterday.

' He said our defending was very poor, we were sloppy all over the park'

'If they were good goals, you'd hold your hands up, but they were not and that's why we are where we are in the table. Our away form has been a problem all season and we just came up short again.

'You have to give Doncaster credit because they did the right things to hurt us. They have good pace, they are a lively side and we just couldn't cope.

'They thoroughly deserved their win, but we can't mope about it. We've just got to dust ourselves off and get on with the next game.'

With time against us, it looks like we might need to rely on our home form, if we are to maintain division 1 football next season.




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Date:Sunday April 2 2006

Time: 9:23PM

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it was the same old story so can we ask what you are going to change to stop the happening again
mvmiller
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05/04/2006 07:42:00

could i suggest a change of goalkeeper cutler may not be great but he is a step in the right direction
mvmiller
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05/04/2006 07:44:00

Funny how much Murdoch reminds me of Knill in his heyday.
tony260674
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05/04/2006 12:38:00

agreed, cutlers got to go, hes coat us at least 12 points this season.
millers4eva
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05/04/2006 15:17:00

need a keeper and a central defender wer will be ok then
POKERMILLERSWINTON
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05/04/2006 17:24:00

I agree poker, but will it be enough to keep us up?
millers4eva
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05/04/2006 22:03:00

keeper needed urgently
millers4eva
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08/04/2006 08:51:00

 

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