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Hanging On The Wire..




The Millers battle to beat the drop will go to the last game of the season against MK Dons after the Millers lost 2-0 at Colchester yesterday.

Colchester secured victory thanks to a Shaun Barker own-goal in the first half and a Mark Yeates adding a second after the break leaving Phil Parkinson's side with a clear view of the championship.

Yeats had already hit the bar by the time United took the lead through a freak own goal.

Neil Danns crossed and Barker headed past goalkeeper Neil Cutler in the 30th minute to give the us a 1-0 lead.

Eight minutes after the break, Scott Vernon lobbed into acres of space and Yeates pounced with a lovely strike from just outside the area.

The Millers piled forward but in fairness never looked like getting back into the game

Next weeks game against the dons will decide whether we watch division 1 or 2 football at Millmoor next season.

One thing is certain if you are a Miller's supporter we never have a dull moment.


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Date:Sunday April 30 2006

Time: 12:04PM

Your Comments

" lets hope we can score a couple goals early on to settle our nerves "
taras bulba
"agreed tara mate- i feel the first goal will be so so important"
millers4eva
i`m nervous now just thinking about it
Mexbro miller
I've got flutterbyes in my tum
herringthorpe
Are you gonna stay up or are you gonna go down?
jono_forest
Down
Midland_Red
"WISHFULL THINKING MIDLAND, JEALOUS BECAUSE WE WILL BE PLAYING YOU NEXT SEASON MATE?"
millers4eva
why would that make me jealous ?
Midland_Red
jealous!?! how could they be jealous of you? they're hoping to get in the play offs and have money to spend on big players while you are battling to stay up and are in serious financial trouble!
KevinE
millermen,millermen,the more they try to put us down, the more we'll rise again
eebbee
 

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