Date: 10th February 2008 at 10:31am
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Colin Calderwood was happy with the 3 points picked up at home to Millwall yesterday and thought they were deserving winners in the 2-0 victory.

CC told the official site. ‘We know we’re learning as a group and they will learn a lot from today’s’ game. The first goal was always going to be crucial to us, perhaps more than at any other time because it changed the atmosphere in the stadium. What we have got to do now is remedy what we are doing away from home. We’ve got three tough away games coming up and we need to do something different.’

‘Something different’ is definitely required away from the City Ground, that’s for sure. Though whether CC knows what it is will be another matter. The selection and formations show no signs of changing just yet, so you can’t see the away form changing either. The fans are demanding 4-4-2 at home and away, but Calderwood looks like taking his beloved 4-5-1/4-3-3/2-4-4 to the grave with him.

The Reds have taken only 1 point from their last 6 away games and travel to Lucky Leeds on Tuesday in an effort to rectify this. Please Colin, play 4-4-2 like we’ve been begging all season and we might get somewhere. Answers on a postcard please, if you can work out the formation against Leeds.