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Rosler: The job is not done

16 April 2017

Town boss looks ahead to Easter clash with Millwall

Head coach Uwe Rosler says the ‘job is not done’ ahead of Monday’s Sky Bet League One fixture with Millwall at Highbury.


Rosler’s side recorded a fine 2-1 victory at Peterborough United on Good Friday, taking Town over the initial 74 points target set by Rosler.


But with just six points separating Fleetwood in third and Southend in seventh with three games to go, the race for the playoffs is wide open.


“Everybody else won on Friday, so we need to make sure we get a result against Millwall,” said Rosler.


“The game is a final for them and for us. The importance of the game is big, we all know that in our dressing room, but we will deal with it.


“We are not over the line even though we have achieved our second goal.


“[The new target is] to make sure we get a result against Millwall on Monday.”


Rosler was quick to praise his side after Friday’s win at Posh, with first half goals from Bobby Grant and Ashley Eastham sealing the points.


“We were outstanding in the first half,” added Rosler.


“The only think that we were missing was that we were not three or four goals up at half-time. In the second half we played the result, not the game.


“When you play the result you have to be sure you don’t make stupid mistakes. We made one and invited them to put pressure on us.


“In the first half, the team really excited me the way we played. The game should have been over at half-time and that could have done something for our goal difference because it could be crucial for us.”


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