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Keane - Not Down Yet

While most people in football and the fans have resigned themselves to the fact that Rotherham United will be playing Second Division football next season, midfielder, Michael Keane sent this message to TEAMTalk today,

'Everybody is writing us off - let them. Teams that come to Millmoor think they can turn us over but we proved against Bradford how hard we can make it for the opposition.

'Yes, it's a big ask,' the Irishman admitted, 'but hopefully we can turn a few loses into wins.'

Keane has been sidelined for three months with hamstring problems but is getting back to full fitness and caretaker boss, Mark Robins, is hoping to arrange a private game for him this week to see how fit he is.

'No one at Millmoor has given up,' he said.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 12 2007

Time: 3:08PM

Your Comments

You see, that's what I like, confidence. Nuts! but confident!
herringthorpe
But the question is what have they give up the scoreline said it all on saturday if that isn't giving up i would hate to see the score line when they actually do give up
miller4life
Ive just said on another article, we need 8 wins out of 10 to survive. That fat lady aint singing yet.....shes just warming up.
zipadeedoodah
They looked like they'd given up on Saturday tbh
herringthorpe
wonder what the team will play like with keano back in
Mexbro miller
"No one at millmoor has given up!!!!!!" Wrong Michael,I think the fans have!!!!!!!
eebbee
 

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