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Millen's View: Palace home 1-1



City manager Keith Millen admitted that the penalty that was awarded to his side in injury time came just at the time his side had run out of ideas.

The Robins were a goal behind after Neil Danns had given the visitors the lead and the score looked like staying that way as the game moved into stoppage time. The penalty came as a huge relief to Millen after his out-of-sorts team had failed to create many clear chances.

'We had run out of attacking ideas in the second half and the equaliser was a huge goal for us,' Millen said.

'It kept the gap between Palace and ourselves in the table the same and provided a real boost following successive defeats at Hull and Reading.

'Brett Pitman is just the player you want taking a penalty in those circumstances. He is so cool when the pressure is on and drilled his shot past a very good goalkeeper.'

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Date:Wednesday December 29 2010

Time: 11:19AM

 

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