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90 minutes for Keane.

Rotherham United midfielder Michael Keane will tonight be looking to play 90 minutes as Millers reserves travel to take on Lincoln City. (7.0 K.O)
Keane has only played 19 minutes for the first team since his injury at Peterborough in November.
He came on late on at Brentford, but went off after a clash of heads with a defender 4 minutes later, then he played the last 15 minutes of the win over Blackpool at Millmoor.
'Michael hasn't started a first team game since November and he has missed too much football,' said caretaker boss Mark Robins.
'We want him to get some football under his belt, get in a full game. He wasn't on the bench this time but it's about protecting him as much as anything when you haven't played for a long time.
'You would want a fit Michael Keane in the team and you want that attitude but channelled in the right direction.'




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Date:Wednesday April 4 2007

Time: 12:08PM

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A fully fit Keano would make a big difference to our side.
zipadeedoodah
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04/04/2007 12:10:00

Here's hoping - fingers crossed
herringthorpe
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04/04/2007 12:11:00

hopefully he will come out of it fighting fit and be contending for a first team start over the weekend
miller4life
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04/04/2007 12:32:00

 

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