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Knill on Tomorrows Game


There is no surprise that manager, Alan Knill, is set to play the same side that beat Yeovil last Saturday.

'The team did well last week and if it`s not broken then there`s nothing to mend,` he told The Star. 'Last weeks win enabled us to open a little gap but we have to keep pushing onwards and upwards.


'City are a good side and all I can do is set my team up and see what we can do.


'This will be a hard game and no mistake, but our form suggests we should be up there and I am viewing the game as a top six clash. But I do know the reality of our situation.

'This is a big month with a lot of games in it. It is a month that can set you up.`




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 8 2006

Time: 11:12AM

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I agree with him about the 'if it's not broken, don't mend it' bit!
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Old cliche' but never change a winning side
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