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TIMMY FEELS HE HAS FOUND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE GERMAN AND ENGLISH LEAGUES

30 November 2015

THE Brewers head into Tuesday’s game with back-to-back wins against Wigan Athletic and Colchester United respectively.

There has been a big question mark over the Pirelli Stadium this season as to whether the Brewer would be able to keep up with the ‘big teams’ this season but with a fantastic 1-0 win against Wigan last Tuesday, the Albion will be full of confidence going into tomorrow’s game.

“Millwall are a big club like Wigan, but we don't care about that and we will try our best to take all three points.” Said Timmy Thiele.

“We are a small club, but that doesn't matter. We are a big team for us!”

Timmy grabbed his first goal for the Brewers in a 5-1 victory over Colchester on Saturday, fully deserved to say the least.

He has enjoyed a good run in the side whilst Stuart Beavon was rested a few weeks back but has since returned to the bench.

He said “I don't think about whether or not I’ll be starting this far ahead.”

“We have one training session before tomorrow’s game, but it’s his (Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s) decision and he makes his decisions well.

“If I do get the start though I'll try and make the most of it.”

Thiele joined from German giants Borussia Dortmund in the summer and he feels he is finally adapting to English football.

“I've found that the difference between the German leagues and England is about how hard the game is.

“Normally in Germany the whistle will get blown, but in England it doesn't!

“Under (Jurgen) Klopp and (David) Wagner it's a high pressing game, but it's very constant in England!”

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