Date: 4th November 2010 at 9:22am
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Rotherham United defender, Nick Fenton is hoping that the Millers can dispose of York City in the FA Cup on Saturday and be on their way to a lucrative tie in the third round.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, the thirty year old said, ‘As a lower league club our target is to get to the third round, hopefully get a plum tie and some money for the club.’

Last season the Millers beat non-league Wealdstone three-two only to go out to Luton Town in Round Two in a replay.

‘York will be difficult,’ the former Doncaster Rovers player carried on. ‘They are in the bottom half of the Conference at the moment and although we have home advantage it hasn’t been a great thing for us this year, though we have a run of home games now and we are hoping to improve our form there.

‘We will be hoping to put on a good show on Saturday and get a good win.’

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