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Martin Butler

Millers striker Martin Butler was a happy guy after grabbing a goal in the Millers win against Tranmere last saturday

he said 'it was nice for me to score with a left foot volley, but thats the way it goes- sometimes they go in sometimes they dont.'


he then went on to say,

' we havnt had the rub of the green much this season , so it made a nice change when paul shaws shot, in which was saved came directly back to him - for his goal'

The Millers face Brentford at Millmoor this saturday in what will be no-doubt a very tough game




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Date:Monday April 10 2006

Time: 12:06PM

Your Comments

we need him to be on top form for the remaining fixtures.
millers4eva
more of the sane martin 6 goals in last games woould be a good target
POKERMILLERSWINTON
agreed poker- that would be good
millers4eva
with forte gone and shaw likely to cover on left for keene ,butler in scoring form is vital
mvmiller
Butler on form might just get us out of the doo dah
Mexbro miller
you'll do it, the others will sink
paultsmouth
cheers mate i hope you are right
millers4eva
What we could really do with is 3 Martin Butlers on top form! We can do it - I do believe, I do......
herringthorpe
i think we will stay up, i know weve a small squad but we are too good to go down
millers4eva
"heard the phrase too good to go down too many times before,I think it will go right too the death,having said that,the millers are staying up"
eebbee
i hope hes got a few more in him in the next four games.
millers4eva
i think after all youve been throught his season it would be extra hard on you to be relegated aswell
vertigo_red
 

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