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Knill on the Chesterfield Game

Knill on the Chesterfield Game

Rotherham United Manager, Alan Knill, told the Official Site that we need the points tomorrow against Chesterfield.

'It's another tough game.' he said, 'We have players back from injury in Pablo Mills and Gregor Robertson and we have the two new loan signings Toumani Diagouaga and Ian Henderson.

'I am a big fan of Caleb Folan the Chesterfield centre forward. For a big guy he is very mobile as well as being strong and powerful.'

Coming back to Millmoor will be former loanee Paul Shaw. 'I have a lot of time for Paul,' said Knill, 'he did a good job for us when he was here. He is a great player.

The Millers will still be without injury victims Michael Keane, Colin Murdock and Paul Hurst, while the only doubt for the Spireites is striker Adam Smith who picked up a knock to his ankle in their recent defeat to Crewe in the Johnstones Paint Trophy.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday January 12 2007
Time: 8:15PM

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Glad to see pablo back
zipadeedoodah
12/01/2007 20:19:00
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Me too! And if Gregor plays like he did before his original injury we will be fine.
herringthorpe
12/01/2007 20:47:00
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