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Cutler - 'We feel for the fans'

Rotherham United goalkeeper, Neil Cutler, has spoken to Millersworld about Saturday's defeat.

'I was really disappointed with the first goal,' he said, 'I should have smashed it into the stand. I thought it would slide over to me but it stuck in the mud and slowed down. I knew I had to try and make up for my mistake and I think I did that.

'It was a poor game and we have to realise where it is going wrong and put it right. It is a collective thing, not just the defence at fault. We defend from the front.

'We feel for the fans - they were unbelievable again - and we have to tell them that we DO want to win. We want to reassure them that we DO have passion. We know we were poor but we are trying.

'We just need to have some luck on the pitch.

'The thing is there is still enough points to play for; still enough points on the table. We will be looking to win.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 26 2007

Time: 11:16AM

Your Comments

SORRY NEIL .... JUST WORDS .... WE ARE RUBBISH I THINK EVERYONE KNOWS THAT .... PASSION , DONT THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT LET ALONE HAVE IT .... MILLERS1884
MILLERS1884
some say you create your own luck
Mexbro miller
Show us the passion you say that that you have got and not just say it then thats when we will believe in what you say unitl then we will only be despondant with what is seen on the picth
miller4life
Give him his due - he is the one who tries to get the fans going. But, the blunders he makes are usually big ones
herringthorpe
 

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