Boss Frustrated In Search For Fresh Faces

Last updated : 26 January 2006 By Deano
Knill has been on the lookout for a strong centre-half to try and stop a rot that has seen the Millers keep only one clean sheet in several months.

Boss: Frustrated
Despite visiting games across the country over recent weeks and watching potential targets in the reserve game between Sunderland and Blackburn earlier this week, the Millers boss has been left thoroughly frustrated.

He told today's Star: "We've made enquires over the past two days, but clubs won't let the players out right now. They're also a bit short at the back aswell.
The sort of player we're after is someone with a bit of experience and it's been very difficult."

Kinll may well have to resort to the Millmoor youth system as he's already done on several occasions this campaign, watching the reserves lose their six game unbeaten run at Oldham yesterday when they were beaten 4-1, he added: "The kids did really well in the first half then they tired. We had two or three 16 year olds. All in all it was very encouraging, the kids are coming on fine."