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RUFC - Robins 'have to get results'

Rotherham United have been dealt a blow this week with news, once again, of financial problems but manager, Mark Robins, says 'Our job is on the pitch.'

Speaking to The Star, he carried on, 'The best thing we can do for everyone is go out and get a win against Lincoln on Saturday. We know these are difficult times but this may galvanise us and its a time when everyone must stick together.

'People are working hard off the pitch to try and sort matters out and it's our job to get the results that will lift our supporters. Four defeats in five wasn't in the script but I can't fault the effort. I am sure we will get an upturn in form very quickly.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 20 2008

Time: 10:58AM

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threat of admin could in part explain drop off in form for players. because they say they dont know but they must here things like at any workplace
mick66owl
i don`t think the players got to know much sooner than we did to be honest
Mexbro miller
well it looks like some of them arent going to stay and find out the outcome does it. one or two have said there off at end of season
mick66owl
Who has said that then? Hursty has said he's hanging up his boots at the end of the season and young Sam Duncum has gone on loan to York
herringthorpe
hursty said he was hanging is boots up and some of the other players would have to consider there position with the current state of the club
mick66owl
so mick just because one retirement one out on loan so where has it been said that they are leaving at the end of the season
miller4life
it was that hurst he said it not sure what radio station i heard it on but definetly heard him say it because i remember the wife saying that was a bit of a forthright opinion wasnt it
mick66owl
It would have been Radio Sheff he did an interview on there I believe. I didn't actually hear the interview - but he hasn't featured much this season
herringthorpe
thats probably why he said it if he hasnt been playing and as a parting shot
mick66owl
 

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