Date: 20th December 2006 at 1:24pm
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Rotherham United midfielder Lee Williamson has handed the club a welcome boost ahead of the busy Christmas period.

The midfielder, recovering from a broken toe, has been able to start running again this week.
This gives Millers Manager Alan Knill a bit of hope that Lee will be involved in some way over Christmas.
Williamson has been absent from the side since breaking a toe in the FA Cup defeat at Peterborough on November 11th.
‘The thing with Lee is that he will always push himself and you don’t want someone doing too much too soon,’ Knill said.
‘But we have monitored him closely and he has been running pain-free and that’s good. He’ll continue stepping things up and I know that he’s eager to get back as soon as possible which is typical of the lad.’