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Neil Cutler

Millers first choice goalkeeper, Neil Cutler, told the Official Site that the team felt disappointed with the Boxing Day display.

'We came out second half and played much better, but it was not good enough,' he said.

He told Millersworld that he felt last weekends game against Swansea was one of the best performances this season. 'We battled really well and gave it a real go, ' he said, 'it was a pity we couldn't hold out. Swansea are a good side and riding high but on the day I felt we were as good as them.'

Neil said that he was slightly disappointed with his own performance against Oldham and will be looking to put that right starting against Orient on Saturday.






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Date:Thursday December 28 2006

Time: 5:06PM

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Need to put things right very very soon.
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