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Knill on the injury situation

Knill on the injury situation


Rotherham United boss, Alan Knill talked to the Official Site after today`s game today.

'I didn`t find out that we would be without Eugen Bopp until 10 o`clock this morning,` he said.

'Although I did not want to play Pablo Mills, I felt I had no choice and he did well to get through 67 minutes today. We kept asking him if he was OK and he kept saying he wanted to stay on. This shows the fight we have especially with what we are going through at the moment.

'Gregor (Robertson) did well in training yesterday and then he tweaked something.

'Lee Williamson is not quite right but he came on as a sub today.`

Knill also talked about Stephen Brogan and Liam King. 'Liam came on for Pablo and did very well.

'I was very pleased with Stephen Brogan today. I converted him from a left back to midfield and he has been unfortunate because all the midfield players we have here have been doing well this season. He is usually the best player in training and he has been incredibly patient.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday December 30 2006
Time: 9:12PM

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good game Brogan had today
Mexbro miller
30/12/2006 21:36:00
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Yes, I thought Brogan played well today - good ball through to Hoskins for the goal. Think we missed Bopp and Sharps
herringthorpe
30/12/2006 23:34:00
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