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Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, was pleased with the three points that took the Millers up a place in the table today.

Speaking to the Official Site, Robins said, 'It was a very good win for us. I thought the game got off to a bright start but the wind picked up later on and made it tough. We lacked in quality at times but there was a lot of energy out there today. And, if we had taken all our chances we could have won four- or five-nil today.

'Mark Hudson's goal was excellent. he showed good skill to keep the ball low and he smashed it right into the corner.

'Following the postponement last week today's game was very important. We've climbed above Accrington in the table so it was a massive three points for us.'


Speaking about the Millers latest signing, Jason 'Jaybo' Taylor, who went off injured fifteen minutes before the end, Robins said, 'He got a kick on his leg which we will assess. He'll be in for treatment tomorrow so we will have to keep an eye on him.'




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Date:Saturday January 17 2009

Time: 8:28PM

 

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