Date: 22nd August 2014 at 9:24am
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Rotherham United skipper Craig Morgan says that playing at the Den tomorrow holds no fears for him.

The twenty-nine year old has played there before when he was at Peterborough and told The Advertiser, ‘Millwall is a fierce place but you can use it to fuel your own energy. And, if you can get on top and turn the atmosphere into a negative for them then you’re onto a winner.

‘And I don’t think the atmosphere will be any different from what we saw at Wolves last season where we played in front of thirty thousand. Are you going to get a bigger stage than that? I don’t think so.’

Speaking about the game, Morgs said, ‘We have to take encouragement from the Derby game. We have to take bits from that and add other bits because you can’t do what we did in stages last year or you`re going to get hurt. We are going to come up against strikers who have played at this level for a long time.’





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