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Millen's View: Coventry (a) 1-4



Keith Millen was happy with the way his side performed in the 4-1 battering of Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday.

Nicky Maynard, Lewin Nyatanga and David Clarkson put City in a commanding first half lead and although Lukas Jutkiewicz pulled a goal back for the home side eight minutes into the second half, the sending off of Marlon King and another goal from Marvin Elliott put the icing on the cake.

Millen told P.A. Sport: 'We are delighted to come here and score four goals and win the game. It's a strange one to analyse straight after. We were clinical in our finishing. We took our chances without playing great. Coventry had two or three chances and our goalkeeper had to make a couple of good saves.

'To come in at half-time 3-0 up probably wasn't a fair reflection of the game but what is pleasing is that we look dangerous. We've got goals in the team and we look dangerous out wide too.

'They pulled a goal back and that picked the crowd up but then came the sending off. That killed the game and I was pleased with our fourth goal. It was a good move and was us at our best with pace and power. We had other chances after that but the game was dead.'



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Date:Monday March 7 2011

Time: 8:08AM

 

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