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Millers Players Glum

The Millers drew with Bristol City, a team who are favourites for promotion and were disappointed.

Alan Knill was delighted with the response and told The Star 'The players had every reason to feel pleased with their performance but to be down because they hadn`t won was an excellent response.

'Yes, we were in a winning position but last season if we had conceded a goal the opposition would have gone onto win. We dug in on Saturday and it`s another point nearer to where we want to be.

'We are more resilient this season and look now as if we can hold on to a point and I feel we will continue to grow together and improve.

'I have always said we have a battle ahead but we`re up for it.`




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 11 2006

Time: 8:25PM

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I said in the rhino after match that i was disappointed we hadn't won. The others thought it was a fair result, i thought we were the better team. Oh well a point will have to do.
zipadeedoodah
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11/12/2006 20:32:00

I agree with Knilly - its good to think the players were disappointed, and you too Zip!
herringthorpe
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11/12/2006 20:35:00

and the battle ahead is one that we look quite capable of winning
eebbee
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11/12/2006 21:34:00

Too true eebs mate.
zipadeedoodah
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11/12/2006 21:39:00

I believe we are capable of winning every game! Ever the optomist!!
rybel_b
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12/12/2006 12:54:00

 

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