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Millers injury news/reserves

As Caretaker Manager Mark Robins steps into the hectic Easter period with 2 games in 3 days, he has been boosted by good news on the injury front.

Richie Partridge has returned to training today after the knee injury which has kept him out of the team since the 4-1 win over Bradford on March 3rd.
Meanwhile, Partridge's midfield partners Justin Cochrane and Michael Keane had good run-outs in the Millers reserves 2-1 win at Lincoln City last night.
Cochrane returned to action after injury and played 75 minutes at Sincil Bank, while Keane played a much needed full 90 in his bid to regain full match fitness.
Last night's goals all came in the second half.
Rotherham were dominant throughout and went 2 nil-up through Marc Newsham and Zeph Thomas, with Oliver Ryan grabbing a consolation for Lincoln in the dying moments of the game.

Millers Res:
Montgomery,
Streete (Harrison 80),
Kerr,
Mills,
Green,
Yates,
Diagouraga,
Cochrane (Lodge 75),
Keane,
Newsham,
Thomas.

Unused subs: Liversedge, Hirst, Bader.



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Date:Thursday April 5 2007
Time: 1:21PM

Comments

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I BELIEVE THE RESERVES HAD LOST TOP SPOT TO HULL SO A MUCH NEEDED WIN, WELL DONE LADS.
zipadeedoodah
05/04/2007 13:47:00
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Yep - well done!
herringthorpe
05/04/2007 13:56:00
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Well done lads and it's looking good on the injury front a few are regaining their fitness and getting over their injuries hopefully for the final few games to give us a bit of hope once again
miller4life
05/04/2007 14:26:00
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