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Millen Happy With Striker Competition

Millen Happy With Striker Competition

Bristol City boss Keith Millen is enjoying having his strikers competing for places in the Robin`s starting line up, it makes them better players for it.

The four strikers Millen has to choose from are Jon Stead, Nicky Maynard, Brett Pitman and Ryan Taylor.

And Millen insists that every one of them acts in a fully professional manor and the right attitude when trying to get into the starting line up.

Speaking to the Bristol Evening Post, Millen said: 'There are no issues with reputations here or with anyone being bigger than anyone else. There is a fantastic team spirit in our dressing room and I know they don't see anyone as being above anyone else.

'That is not the question at all. It's a question of me, as the manager, picking the players I think are in form and who can win me the game.

'There's definitely competition for places in attack and I'm pleased to have those options.'


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Writer:Andy999
Date:Tuesday September 27 2011
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