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Brentford vs. Millers

Griffin Park

17 March 2007

3.00 pm

Crunch Game

This is a must win game for both teams with Rotherham bottom of the table and eleven points from safety. Brentford have just five points more and are one place above the Millers.

Brentford Team News:

Brentford will be boosted by the return of Lloyd Owusu to the bench after being out for 11 months with a torn groin muscle. Bees Boss, Scott Fitzgerald, will again pair on loan Scott Taylor with Neil Shipperley up front.

Top scorer, Jo Kuffour, serves the last game of a three match ban.

Player to watch: Neil Shipperley

Millers Team News:

The Millers caretaker boss, Mark Robins, will almost certainly give a debut to on loan signing Rossi Jarvis in midfield. Michael Keane also looks likely to be included in the squad after a long absense with hamstring problems.

The Millers will still be without Eugen Bopp, Colin Murdock and Gregor Robertson

Player to watch: Martin Woods

Ref Watch:

The referee for tomorrow's bottom of the table clash is Mr Robert L Shoebridge from Derbyshire.

Next Fixtures:

The Millers next fixture is away at Crewe Alexander on Saturday 24th March 2007 kick off 3.00pm




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The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 16 2007

Time: 4:17PM

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Nearly split mi sides , at first i thought you meant a crunch game for us then i realized you meant Brentford ... we are down and so it seems are they so lets just enjoy the rest of league 1 eh !!
MILLERS1884
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16/03/2007 16:33:00

Stop being a pessimist '84! It doesn't go with your new image!
herringthorpe
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16/03/2007 16:44:00

I think it will be a close game, two poor teams again'st eachother.
Oliver_on_tour_RUFC
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16/03/2007 16:49:00

Agree with you oliver but we will win 3-1 well i hope we do
miller4life
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16/03/2007 16:56:00

 

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