Date:Friday January 11 2008
Rotherham United's Assistant Manager, John Breckin says that tomorrow's game at Sincil Bank against Lincoln City will be tough.
Speaking to RotherFM he said he was a bit surprised how poorly the Imps had done so far this season but said they now have a new management team in who know all about this league.
'They had a good result against Rochdale on Saturday and their boss, Peter Jackson, is street wise in this league. He will have done his homework on us and know our weaknesses and strengths like we know theirs.
'We've got over the defeat against MK Dons last weekend although we were disappointed how we lost the goal - specially to a side who are flying high like they are. If it had been a boxing match we would have won it on points. But we lost, it's history and we have to look forward to Lincoln now and bounce back. I always say that good sides don't lose two on the bounce and it will be up to us to go their and win. And, we know what they will throw at us.
'If we are at our best then the opposition have to be at their best to get anywhere near us.
'We are expecting a big following on Saturday, it's not far to Lincoln and the fans have been magnificent this season. To travel to Darlington at an expensive time like Christmas and then to Notts County like they did and spend that sort of money is great. The lads and Mark and I really do appreciate it and we know they will get behind us tomorrow.
'There's twenty two games to go and although it looks like it's nailed on for MK Dons to win the league we might get on a good run. They have power and money behind them and are a big club at this level. To be honest, I'd settle for second, I'd even settle for third but we will keep going to the end and chase them all the way.'
Date:Friday January 11 2008
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