Date:Thursday April 6 2006
Millers captain Colin Murdock firmly believes the Millers can survive this season.
The club have been forced to battle for survival on and off the field this season in the wake of financial difficulties which threatened to send them into liquidation. However, a consortium including Dino Maccio and led by new chairman Denis Coleman has taken over the Millers and brought stability to Millmoor.
' The mood in the camp is good and if we all pull together im sure we will be ok'
Murdock insists it is possible to stay up, saying 'I think we can avoid relegation. Our away form has been a bit poor recently but if we can win all our games at home we can do it. The ball's in our court really, and we have four games left at home that we should win.'
Lets hope we can go on a run starting with a win at home to Tranmere this saturday
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