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Alan Knill honoured

Rotherham United boss Alan Knill has been named the League One Manager of the Month for October.

Knill claims the award after leading The Millers off the bottom of the table with four straight league victories last month.
Rotherham's last game of the month saw them notch up an outstanding 5-1 victory over Crewe at Millmoor, a win what saw the Millers climb out of the relegation zone.

The South Yorkshire club's achievements are particularly remarkable, considering the Millmoor club started the season with a 10-point penalty for going into administration last term.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Knill declared that wiping out the 10-point deficit has lifted a weight of everyone's shoulders.

'I think it's all been down to hard work and a lot of credit goes down to the players,' Knill said. 'They like the challenge and they've taken it on.

'Training is so much easier and everybody is enjoying it, but there is a long way to go.

'We just thought that by Christmas that if we were in with a shout (of avoiding relegation), then we'd be happy.

'But to be out of the bottom four after three months of the season is a really good achievement and the players should take a lot credit.

'We've got another tough month coming up, so we have to keep going.'

10 goal striker Will Hoskins also has cause to celebrate, as he takes the League one Player of the month award.




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Date:Thursday November 2 2006

Time: 2:10PM

Your Comments

Congratulations to both Knill + will (what a duo) Very well deserved lads.
zipadeedoodah
well deserved aswell
Mexbro miller
Congratulations to alan and will both awards are well deserved keep it up and we will be in with a shout at promotion
miller4life
Congratulations from me as well. Forget Will and Grace, think Will and Knill!
rybel_b
Congratulations on a job well done
BisphamTangerine
Well done
Tigerphil
well,done to knilly and will,who'd have thought we'd be were we are now!!!!!!!!!
eebbee
Cheers people, bispham + Phil.....you can have Hoskins for 1.5million.
zipadeedoodah
Congratulations to your manager and your team, starting on minus points isnt easy but your out now and flying, and im extremely confidant that your going up !!!
red_chattey
brilliant... well done to the manager and the team for their achievements... my only hope is thatthey continue and that the much hyped curse does not strike you just because you have received recognition for a string of great performances and results on the pitch..... once again good luck.....
ernshaw
Now you're out the relegation zone confidence will be flying. I think you'll keep getting better and better. Congratulations!
getintoem
 

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