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McAllister Ready for Millwall

McAllister Ready for Millwall

Leeds United boss Gary McAllister expects a big atmosphere, and hopefully a win for his Leeds United side.

Leeds travel to Millwall on Saturday to face a side that may well be looking forward to matches at Shrewsbury and Aldershot next season, should they fail to haul themselves out of the relegation dog-fight.

With the two clubs known for their oft-violent rivalry, McAllister knows what to expect at The Den:

“Im sure it will be a big crowd and a big atmosphere,” the boss told Leedsunited.com

“We've got to be ready for that. It's another where a team will look at Leeds United as a big scalp.

“As a group of players the Millwall lads will probably see the atmosphere in their ground change, but we've seen this everywhere we've been where we've sold out tickets.”

With much of the media focus at the moment concentrating on the clubs arbitration hearing (see ), McAllister is ignoring the off-field distractions, to concentrate on what will happen on the turf:

“You can only think about what you can affect. We're focused on the next game because that's all we can control.

“All we can do is try and keep up with the teams above us and keep that cushion from the teams below us.”

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Writer:LUFC1
Date:Saturday April 19 2008
Time: 12:13PM

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