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Millen Not Worried About Difficult Games

Bristol City boss Keith Millen is not viewing the next three games that the Robins have to play as anything to worry about.

Rooted firmly at the bottom of the table, City travel to Cardiff this weekend before taking on high-flying Reading and league leaders Queens Park Rangers at Ashton Gate next week.

Speaking to football-league.co.uk, Millen said: "The week we have got coming up can be a blessing rather than a curse.

"It is going to be tough, of course, but there are no easy games in the Championship so in that sense it doesn't worry me who we have got.

"We start at Cardiff and as a local derby we will be up for that one. The passion and desire that the fans demand will be there and we will be looking for a result that can start to move us up the table."




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 14 2010

Time: 1:07PM

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Lets see if he is very bothered after we have lost them all and are certs for the drop
slipknot
make no difference to him that, hes a complete and utter nobhead, get rid of him
sam bulge
 

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