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Liam King - Worked Our Socks Off

Rotherham United have many youngsters coming through the ranks at the moment and caretaker manager, Mark Robins, lined up with some on Saturday away at Brentford. It could have gone horribly wrong - thankfully, for us Millers fans, it didn't.

Eighteen year old Liam King was one of the players picked to start and he spoke earlier to MillersWorld

'It was a real buzz for me to pull on the Millers shirt,' he said, 'I've been working towards it all my life and Robbo gave me the chance - hopefully, I did well.

'On Saturday Robbo asked us to put in a battling performance and we did. Once the goal went in we put our life and soul into it and all worked our socks off.

I am confident of getting something at Crewe. Then, all we need is a few more wins under our belts and the confidence will rise in the team.'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 20 2007

Time: 11:02AM

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Excellent game, as did all the youngsters.
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20/03/2007 11:06:00

Positive thinking, that's what I like to hear, keep it up Liam!
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20/03/2007 11:47:00

That's what we all want to hear bez but of late it's what has been sadly lacking lets hope the corner has been turned and we can carry on from where they left off on saturday
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20/03/2007 14:52:00

He sounded like he had pride in his voice and also like he believed in Robbo
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20/03/2007 18:31:00


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