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RUFC - Hudson 'never say never'

Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Hudson, is on a personal mission to get at least three goals in the Millers' last four games of the season.

The twenty-nine year old has got six goals this season and he told The Advertiser, 'I got nine last season though I missed a sitter in the last game at Mansfield. I was pleased with my goal against Notts County last week. The Manager gave us a three game break and I felt refreshed. The game was scrappy and, to be honest, the pitch isn't looking it's best in the middle so you can't really pass. The game had a boring nil-nil written all over it so we were happy to be two up until we left the back door open and they scored to make a game of it.'

Mark thinks that the Millers could regret not winning the home games against Bury and Accrington and says, 'Those two games could come back to haunt us. We conceded late against Bury and had loads of chances against Accrington. But, we've given ourselves an outside chance of a play-off place and, if we keep winning, we will see where we are - you never say never.

'I'm happy here and if I stay I can hopefully help us have another push at promotion.'

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Date:Friday April 17 2009

Time: 8:54AM


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