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Knill on today`s game


Manager Alan Knill told Radio Sheffield that he was disappointed with only getting a point today at The Liberty Stadium.

Although he did say 'Swansea had a fair few chances. But we had a chance to go 2-0 and I was disappointed not to get three points.

'Cutler made some excellent saves - he has been fantastic for us all season and he has all the armour to be a top keeper.

'Woods is a top player. He came highly recommended from Sunderland and we had been watching him for a while. He has got great feet, great energy, is very skilful and has no problem in putting his foot in. In my opinion he can only get better.

'Worrell and Sharps were excellent today. We asked David (Worrell) to play centre half today and he had no problem with that - he just gets on with it.`

When he was asked about Will Hoskins he said 'Things are not going for Will at the moment. He is a conscientious lad and tries all the time and as long as he keeps trying there will be no complaints from me.`

Knill said they have picked up some injuries today, naming Gregor Robertson, Justin Cochrane, who was injured in a bad tackle, Will Hoskins, who was holding his back and Scott Wiseman who has a slight calf problem as injury worries.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 23 2006

Time: 7:27PM

Your Comments

Let's hope the injuries aren't serious
herringthorpe
A poor game!! We massively underperformed today and in all fairness you didn't seem great yourselves. But in all fairness looking what you have achieve this year it's clear you are a very good side and I wish you the best of luck this year and for the future
Jackman2006
Looked like we were down to the bones today,hope they recover for boxing day.
eebbee
 

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