NO MILLERS IN PFA SIDE
By Ciaran Baynes
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Yorkshire outfit who have just achieved their second successive promotion were not represented in the team that included three players from Millwall and Bristol City.
The Lions were represented by Matt Lawrence, Tim Cahill and Neil Harris, while City - who lie eighth in the table out of reach from the play-offs - had Michael Bell, Scott Murray and Brian Tinnion in the side.
It is perhaps surprising that neither the division's top scorer Jamie Cureton of Reading nor The Merry Millers hot-shot Mark Robins made the side.
Cureton's strike partner Martin Butler did make the side though, as did Jim Walker and Andy Tillson of Walsall, Wigan's Adrian De Zeeuw and Stoke's Graham Kavanaugh
Team in full:
Walker (Walsall), Lawrence (Millwall), Bell (Bristol City), De Zeeuw (Wigan), Tillson (Walsall), Murray (Bristol City), Kavanagh (Stoke), Tinnion (Bristol City), Cahill (Millwall), Harris (Millwall), Butler (Reading).