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RUFC - Big Kev has no fears

Rotherham United`s Kevin Ellison says that there is nothing in this division that frightens him.

Speaking to Paul Rickett of The Advertiser, the six foot winger-cum-forward said, 'I`ve no fears.

'Last season there were one or two teams who were up there like Rochdale who played a good passing game and got out of this division and are now doing well. But it`s different this season and there`s nothing I`ve seen so far that worries me.

'We got a good point at Bury which we were all well pleased with because Bury will be up there at the end of the season. But, if you go to places like Bury and get points then you know you`ll be there or thereabouts at the end of the season too. I actually thought we were the better team for twenty minutes or so but then they made the substitutions and brought the young lads on. They`ve got plenty of pace and can cause anyone problems so that`s when we sat back and were pleased with the draw.`

It was Ellison who put in the good cross for Le Fondre`s equaliser on Saturday at Gigg Lane and speaking about it he said, 'It was a long ball over the top from Fenners (Nick Fenton) and I chased it down, got a little block on it and it bounced nicely for me to cross to Alfie. I know that nine times out of ten he`s going to be in there.`

Both The Advertiser and Vital Rotherham gave Kevin the Man of the Match against Bury.

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Date:Friday October 8 2010

Time: 10:13AM


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