Date: 27th April 2015 at 7:33pm
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Rotherham United aren’t everyone’s cup of tea – we know and accept that. We’ve just had three points taken off us, and whether it’s fair or not it’s happened and we find ourselves really needing a win from our last two games.

It’s amazing how many people who have contacted me from other clubs wishing us well – always nice. But one person who probably won’t be on Manager Steve Evans‘ Christmas card list this year is Millwall’s Lee Gregory.

One of three clubs – Rotherham, Millwall or Wigan – will stay up with the Millers looking favourites with two games to play to the other two’s one.

But the Millwall striker is hoping that Rotherham ‘bottle it’ tomorrow evening against Reading.

The Lions go into the Wolves den on Saturday when they visit Molineux with Gregory saying, ‘I don`t think we will get relegated. I think we will pull out of it, I really do. The pressure is on Rotherham and if they don’t get a result on Tuesday then it’s all to play for. Then hopefully they will bottle it on the last day of the season and we’ll get a win at Wolves.’

Speaking to Radio Sheffield today, the Millers Boss commented on this saying, ‘We know the task in hand.

‘I keep reading stories from South London that they’ll go and win at Wolves on Saturday. If that was my player I’d rather he was concentrating on what he had to do rather than what he can’t do anything about.

‘And I know what Kenny Jackett, Joe Gallen, Jez Moxey and Nouha Dicko stand for and they won’t have it easy as we won’t at Elland Road. But we know how hard it will be and how hard it will be against Reading.

‘So we note the comments and dismiss them. And now we have to prove a point.’





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