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Knill About Tomorrow


Manager, Alan Knill, has told his team that he expects them to show the sort of attitude tomorrow at lowly placed Cheltenham Town that they showed against Bristol City last week.

The Millers have slipped up against teams they were expected to win such as Hartlepool and Peterborough but Knill said 'with all due respect, they were not League games. The Johnstone`s Paint Trophy was not top of our list this season and, although a good cup run would have been nice, it was not a priority. That has always been to stay in this division and that is what we have set our sights on.

'I believe we can go to Cheltenham tomorrow and get the right result.`

Meanwhile, Cheltenham boss, John Ward has paid tribute to the Rotherham boss. He told his clubs website that 'if I was voting for manager of the season at this point Alan would get my vote without any question whatsoever.`





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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 15 2006

Time: 9:03PM

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John Ward obviously has sense.
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2-1 pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease.
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