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Milne: I'm not out for grudge match.

STEVEN MILNE swears he has no point to prove against former club St Johnstone tonight.

The striker is back at Dundee after being freed by Derek McInnes last season.

But Milne insists there are no hard feelings.

He said: "I did well in last term's pre-season games but two or three days before the campaign started, the manager told me a couple of clubs were interested in me and I was free to go.

"It was a bolt from the blue but I am still on good terms with McInnes.

"I do not have a point to prove to him on Wednesday.

"I am looking forward to it.

I am still good friends with a lot of people at St Johnstone such as Steven Anderson and Dave Mackay."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 13, 2011
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