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Millen's View: Preston home 07-10-10

Millen's View: Preston home 07-10-10
City manager Keith Millen felt a draw was a fair outcome.

But he wasn`t too pleased with the first half display by his side, he did however point out that the draw made it four unbeaten games for the Robins.

He said: 'I was very disappointed with our first-half performance as we gave Preston far too much room.

'But in the end both sides have had some great chances to win the match. We dominated the second half territorially, but they always looked dangerous on the break.

'It's four games unbeaten for us now and we are definitely going in the right direction, but we are not out of the mire yet by any means and have two tough away games coming up.

'Perhaps the players and the supporters were guilty of thinking we only had to turn up to win today after our victory at Middlesbrough, but it is never that easy in a competitive league like the Championship.

'Jon Parkin is always a handful and we didn't get close enough to him for much of the game. But we kept going throughout the 90 minutes and had opportunities to win in the closing stages.'



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Writer:Andy999
Date:Sunday November 7 2010
Time: 12:24PM

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