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RUFC - Robins praised by rival

Rotherham United were beaten by Bradford at Valley Parade (sorry, but it will always be Valley Parade to me) but Bradford manager, Stuart McCall had mothing but praise for the Millers and manager, Mark Robins, on Tuesday night.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, McCall said, 'Mark has done a super job. He's brought in a lot of new faces and they have clicked. He changed his system to 4-3-3, which might look negative to some people, but it's not a defensive side.

'They have midfield players who can pass a ball and get forward. They have wide men who can get in the box and they all contributed to a great match.

'I really hope someone comes in and puts some money into the club because their players and fans deserve it.




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Date:Thursday February 28 2008

Time: 9:09AM

Your Comments

it`s nice to hear some positive words from a rival manager
Mexbro miller
I think it must mean a lot getting praise from another manager
herringthorpe
Well as a bradford fan, he's right you were a bit hard done to. But then that's swings and roundabouts
CapnBeakey
getting accolades from a rival manager must be good for his esteem especially with the very small resources that mark has been given keep up the good work well done mark
miller4life
 

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