Dale defender humbled by gong

27 April 2009 12:56
The left-back, who has missed just one of his side's 52 games this term, is already looking ahead to the play-offs after Dale secured a top-seven finish following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Luton.[LNB]Kennedy told the club's official website: "It is a massive accolade to receive because it means you have been voted for not only by your fellow professionals but by the players that you have faced.[LNB]"It tells you that had an effect on them so I am very happy and proud to have been given this award.[LNB]"We can now start preparing ourselves and working on things like defensive drills, set plays and general tactics. We need to be at our very best when the games come around.[LNB]"In our eyes we are the best team in the division but we have to get back to doing what we do well and to be in a position where the only complaints that we can have is if we are beaten by the better team on the day."[LNB][LNB]

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