Date: 3rd February 2012 at 9:39am
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Rotherham United winger, Kieron Cadogan thought the game last Saturday wasn`t dissimilar to games he`s played in the Championship.

Kieron, who is on loan from Crystal Palace, went straight into the starting eleven against Dagenham and Redbridge last Saturday and told David Beddows of The Advertiser that he was a bit ‘peed off` that the Millers hadn`t won the game.

‘It was a good game with a good tempo,` the twenty-one year old said. ‘It was back and forth, back and forth, back and forth and not that different from the Championship to be honest. I think I did well.

‘I want loads of game time while I`m here and hopefully I`ll get better as they go on. The manager believes in me and I want to prove him right.`

Speaking about Dougie Freedman his manager at Palace, Kieron said, ‘Dougie has been very supportive. He`s let me come here to show what I can do, to help push Rotherham up and to get myself back on the radar. Getting in the team there is hard. Of course I`ve still got hopes at Palace but there is a lot of competition but there is a way.`





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