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Rotherham United vs. Nottingham Forest

Millmoor

18 - 11 - 2006

3 . 00 pm

MILLERS V FOREST

The leagues form teams go head to head

Vital Quotes:

Manager Alan Knill quoted as saying that 'key players will be missing but we signed a good few midfielders in the summer because we anticipated losing players to injury and they are usually midfielders'.

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers go into the game with injurys to key players Lee Williamson,Michael Keane and Colin Murdock. This means that Martin Woods looks like filling one of those positions with Justin Cochrane also coming into the starting line up. Also in the millers line up is Eugen Bopp who will be keen to put on a good show against his former club.

Player to watch: Will Hoskins

There is no doubt that Will has flourished this season under the guidence of Knill and is now scoring the goals (13)that we all knew he was capable of.

Nottingham Forest Team News:

Manager Colin Calderwood has a wealth of talent to choose from so a selection headache is the only problem he has. He has to decide weather he brings together his first choice strike partnership of Agogo and Tyson together after Tysons return from injury.

Player to watch: Kris Commons

A gifted player who will need to be kept in check if the millers are to get anything out of the game. He is a player who can unlock defenses and also score goals.

Match Facts & Stats

Since The Millers Promotion in 2001, the two sides have met 11 times in all competitions and Forest have won 6 games, whilst the other 5 have been drawn.The total league records for this fixture are as follows...Millmoor P 14 W 5 D 5 L 4 GOALS 21-17 City Gr P 14 W 1 D 2 L 11 GOALS 17-38 Totals P 28 W 6 D 7 L 15 GOALS 38-55

Ref Watch:

Mr Clive Oliver from Northumberland will take charge of the League one game between Rotherham United and Nottingham Forest on Saturday 18th November.

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The Journalist

Writer: mexbro miller Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday November 17 2006

Time: 12:23PM

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i hope our injurys spurr the lads on to put on a good show
Mexbro miller
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17/11/2006 12:28:00
need a good show from the team after last weekend. The reserve score would do!
herringthorpe
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17/11/2006 17:33:00
Cheers Mex, not a bad stand in pal. Should be the Game of the season if the form guide is anything to go by. Really looking forward to it.
zipadeedoodah
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17/11/2006 22:51:00
 

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