Date:Thursday January 11 2007
Rotherham United boss Alan Knill is looking forward to the most important challenge in his Managerial career so far.
Already armed with two new signings, Toumani Diagouraga from Watford and Ian Henderson signed today from Norwich City, both on loan, Knill told the Rotherham Star 'There is life after Hoskins and Williamson'.
With a couple more signings in the pipeline before the weekend, Knill looks towards the Millers first game in 12 days and a home game against local rivals Chesterfield.
'There aren't any new injuries to speak of and all the lads have been involved this week so we're looking to make that count.'
Chesterfield have also hit a bad patch of late and arrive at Millmoor looking to bounce back from last night's JP Trophy defeat by Crewe.
'Hopefully it will be a good game,' Knill added, 'but the weather has been terrible.'
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