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Another Quiet Week..

It is normal practice for players to delay signing new contracts that have been offered to them-however with the Millers squad already down to the bone Millers boss Alan Knill will be looking for the players to put pen to paper very soon.

Team building obviously centres around who is and who is not staying- with Butler already departed how many others will follow him out of Millmoor?

Starting minus ten points will be difficult enough, but unless we see a sharpe change in the transfer market real soon- all that will be left is the players that no one else wants..

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Date:Wednesday May 31 2006

Time: 12:37PM

Your Comments

same with us at the mo
green giant 12
The players you had this season almost got you relegated, so do you want to keep them anyway?
miked_joker
" good shout mixed joker , but two of the best players are out of contract ( barker & shaw ) and if barker leaves especially we are in a lot worse position than last year "
taras bulba
"it will pick up- i hope-lol when knilly is back from his holls"
millers4eva
" this week should show a bit of activity, as everyone is now back"
millers4eva
Not always a bad thing though. Get a load of misfits together, tell them that they are what no one else wants and that should be motivation enough to get them going.
FEn_100
 

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