Date: 22nd August 2014 at 9:14am
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Rotherham United goalkeeper Adam Collin is warning his team mates that Millwall is a ‘hostile place’ to go.

Speaking to The Advertiser the twenty-nine year old said, ‘I’ve been to Millwall when I was at Carlisle and it’s a hostile place to go and try and get three points. But the fixtures are coming thick and fast and they are all very difficult games.’

Speaking about the mid-week loss to Watford, the shot stopper said, ‘It’s a lesson that we have to take our chances or we are going to get punished. I thought we kept the ball a lot better and Alex Revell did well up front on his own and Paul Taylor worked well off him.

‘I do think the first three games we’ve had against very good teams have shown that we can cope.`

Speaking about the man who is after his jersey, Adam carried on, ‘Scott (Loach) and I have a good working relationship. We room together and we push each other on the training ground. I’ve tried to keep my form going from last season and think I’ve mostly been solid.

‘But, at the end of the day there is only one jersey which is mine at the moment and I’d like to keep it that way.’




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