Preview: Rotherham United vs. Millwall

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© Millwall FC

MILLWALL could be without seven injured players when they take on fellow strugglers Rotherham United in Yorkshire tomorrow.

Carlos Edwards (knee), Paris Cowan-Hall (knee), Lee Martin (foot) and Shaun Cummings (groin) are definitely ruled out.

Lions boss Ian Holloway also has concerns over Stefan Maierhofer (quad), Martyn Woolford (ribs) and Gary Taylor-Fletcher (foot).

Holloway is unlikely to risk Nicky Bailey either, despite the midfielder playing 90 minutes for the U21s earlier this week.

If Woolford and Taylor-Fletcher are unavailable, the likes of Aiden O'Brien and Ed Upson are likely to come into contention for a starting berth.

Magaye Gueye made a substitute appearance against Sheffield Wednesday in midwek and could also be an option.

Rotherham's only absentee is Lee Frecklington. The Millers have conceded eight goals without scoring in their last two matches.

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67 thoughts on “Preview: Rotherham United vs. Millwall

  • February 27, 2015 at 15:27
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    I'd risk Bailey.

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    • February 27, 2015 at 15:47
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      Are you joking. That fat wages cheat offers nothing but shouting and pointing , he has only got one pass the long right to left diagonal he cant even do left to right. All he does is point and blame people for the running that he should have actually done. This bloke ain't fit when he is fit never mind after a 6 month burger fest. There is a long queue of players before we have to pick him , Williams , Upson Tonge , Jimmy, Powell, Martinez, Thompson. I hope never to see him in a Millwall shirt again

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    • February 27, 2015 at 17:23
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      Bailey don't bring anything just pointing and telling other people what to do but not do it himself time to get rid Tonge far better

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      • February 27, 2015 at 19:05
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        @Millwall59: I think we have missed Bailey all season long and the sooner he comes back the better.
        Name me just one player at uour club who can match Bailey when it comes to tackling and controlling our midfield .....
        he is the only player at Millwall who is an enforcer allowing others to play.

        For me Bailey on subs bench and then put him on for last half hour, and if no adverse reaction he is readyy for Boro and Norwich games

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        • February 27, 2015 at 19:28
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          @eio: I hear what you are saying, Bailey at his peak yes but he has only been available for a handful of games each season he has been here, so it is no use pinning our hopes on him. He has hardly ever been match fit since signing and when he does play it is only for a couple of games before he breaks down again or is sent off for a mis timed tackle.

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          • February 27, 2015 at 19:43
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            @Sealion: at this very moment, when beggars can't be choosers, two or three games with Bailey ( and two or three wins) will do me just fine

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    • February 27, 2015 at 21:36
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      @benzo: we should risk Bailey we pay his wages, let him f***** earn them, he's out of contract in summer and I doubt it will get renewed cos he is a big earner and a proper sick note, so let's get some worth out of him before then

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    • February 28, 2015 at 11:15
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      @benzo: Aldo that photo says it all - for a professional footballer this guy is in the worst shape I've seen for a player at this level - there's probably fitter kids with better skills working at Macdonalds. Why sign Geuye and say he's fat but play this useless turd!

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  • February 27, 2015 at 15:28
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    A MUST WIN.NO FAFFING AROUND. NUFF SAID

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