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Millers manager Alan Knill feels the Millers squad should be confident about their chances of staying in League One after recent good performances.

Rotherham have gained 11 points from their last six games, moving them out of the relegation zone with just two games remaining.

The Millers travel to Colchester on Saturday before the crunch final game of the season at home to relegation rivals MK Dons, but the manager is optimistic about their survival chances.

He said: 'We are playing well at the moment. We picked up seven points last month and we've already got eight this month, so we are hitting form at the right time.'

Lets hope the Millers can get 3 points at Colchester and ensure safety.




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Date:Thursday April 27 2006

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i wish you all the luck in the world, god know you deserve it, check out the ipswich site, i have taken over and started to get it up and running, would appreciate any comments.
DMUBlue
True,we do seem to have picked up with perfomances and results,the problem is everyone else seems to have as well.Still think we'll stay up though
eebbee
no reason why we can`t get a result on saturday
Mexbro miller
" nail biter on saturday- mind you at this stage of the season they all are"
millers4eva
performances seem to be getting better-let's hope that we can pick up a win on saturday!!
mrsbarker22
lets go and get the 3 points!
tony260674
" bring it on , i fear no one "
taras bulba
COME ON YOOOOOOOO REDS!!!!
Mexbro miller
up the millers!!
mrsbarker22
Oh dear :-)
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