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RUFC - Revell 'we've got to knuckle down'

Rotherham United acting captain, Alex Revell wants the Millers to remember their well balanced performance against Sheffield United on Tuesday night and take it into the game against Burton Albion tomorrow.

Alex, who scored the Millers goal in the two-one defeat on Tuesday, told David Beddows of The Advertiser, 'We were terrific the other night. I thought we passed the a League One team off the pitch. We need to show we can do it consistently because that`s what gets you promoted.

'I don`t know about Burton but you might not see a lot of the ball on the floor. Sometimes against difficult teams we might have to be a bit more direct and, at times, that long ball isn`t a bad ball but sometimes you can get sucked into the way other people play.

'We`ve got to knuckle down now. We`re at home and we`ve got to dictate. We`ve had some really good performances and more of that and we can get back to winning ways.`

Alex has been given the skippers armband while Ryan Cresswell recovers from an ankle injury and Manager, Andy Scott said, 'Alex has been in the need of a goal but he`s a real team player. He`s been given the armband because he`s a leader and he leads by his quality and what he does on and off the pitch. He`s very vocal and gets people going.`





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Date:Friday October 7 2011

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