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16 April 2013

There will be no Cup hangover says Kenny

Kenny Jackett has insisted that he hopes to see 'commitment, passion and quality' as The Lions aim to bounce straight back from Saturday's FA Cup Semi Final disappointment and get some crucial Championship points on the board against Watford.
Results at the weekend did Millwall no favours at all and Jackett's men go into action tonight just three points off the drop zone, although the team do have two games in hand.
"It is a vital game tonight," said Kenny, "We have to work hard to maintain our Championship status and although we have games in hand, these need to be converted into points.
It is important that the players do not show any hangover from Saturday and focus on tonight's game. They have seemed very bright and bubbly in training and are determined to get those points on the board to secure our Championship status sooner rather than later.
Our support, as ever, will be a vital cog in the wheels towards success tonight.
Myself and the players appreciate your continued backing with so many games coming thick and fast. At Millwall supporters respond to commitment, passion and quality and it's up to the players to display those attributes so that we can get the backing which will help us get the win we so desperately need."


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