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RUFC - Robins looking forward to Scunthorpe

Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, says he is looking forward to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy against Scunthorpe but the team 'have to make sure our feet are firmly on the floor because we have a tough league game on Saturday.'

Speaking to the Official Site after putting Darlington out of the Trophy last night on penalties, Robins said, 'I thought we lost our rhythm in the first half and couldn't get going. We looked much better in the second half after we changed things around. We created a couple of good opportunities and after that we started to believe in ourselves. And that was the key to us going on and winning the game. When it came to the shoot-out we showed we are cool under pressure.'

Speaking about goalkeeper, Steven Cann, Robins said, 'Steven was excellent. His decision making was good all night and he made a couple of really good saves. I am delighted for him.'




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Date:Wednesday December 17 2008

Time: 8:44AM

 

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