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RUFC - Robins 'happy'

Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, was happy after the 0-0 draw with Championship Derby County today.

He was particularly pleased with trialist, Rueben Reid and told the Official Site, 'I've seen him in training and in a couple of games and I think he could add something to us. He's not quite fit and I will be looking to talk with his representative but he offers something we haven't got.

'In defence I thought Graham Coughlan did very well against Liam Dickinson and handled him well. And, I thought Ryan Taylor held the ball up well and there were some good cameo appearances from players who came on.

'We can take a lot of positives from the game. Derby have just come down from the Premiership and had a lot of experience on show today and I thought we created a bit more than them.

'The game was a bit scrappy and at times the playing conditions meant we had to put our foot under the ball as they were putting us under a bit of pressure.

'I don't think many teams will want to come to Don Valley. I want the lads to train here so we can get used to the pitch and have an advantage.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 19 2008

Time: 8:50PM

Your Comments

happy or deranged? theres a thin line
millers4eva
happy with what? the change of 11 players- he aint got a clue- BIGTIME- get the chuckle brothers in- TO ME- TO YOU.
millers4eva
with what? crowd? facilities? what entirely was he happy with? if it was the game- minus 1 point and we will be in trouble
millers4eva
harsh, 4eva
herringthorpe
 

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