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Knill: No Fear

Millers boss Alan Knill insists Rotherham can gain a win at Colchester on saturday.

The Millers currently sit on the edge of the League One relegation zone, two points clear of MK Dons with just two games remaining.

Knill said: 'They are second in the league and have been up there all season, and they've had a great cup run, but we went to Swansea last week and played brilliantly and we played Brentford the week before and should have beaten them.

'We respect them because they are a good team, but we are a good team on our day.'

'We need not fear anyone in this division because on our day we are more than capable of beating the top teams'

Vital echoes those sentiments.




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Date:Wednesday April 26 2006

Time: 2:51PM

Your Comments

makes you wonder where we would be in the league if we had played like this all season
Mexbro miller
" If we do stay up and we can keep the base of the squad, next season shoud be good- depending on the deduction? i mean how do you attract players when you are 10 points adrift?"
millers4eva
same way as ever eva MONEY
Mexbro miller
which youve got loads of eh mexbro!
vertigo_red
NO fear? Surely, SOME fear? I'd be worried if I were you. Fortunately I'm not.
Auckland Owl
" auckland owl- is there a hillsbrough owl-lol"
millers4eva
You seem very concerned about the Owls, 4eva. You're on our site quite a bit. Do the other lads on here know how much time you spend talking about the Owls? Are you coming over to the dark side?
Auckland Owl
its squeeky bum time!!
tony260674
Tranmere win and you lose and your down , simple really .
JACK_THE_LAD
" jack, did you mean you were simple mate?"
millers4eva
 

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