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RUFC - Robins Up for March Challenge

Rotherham United have got nine games to play this month and Manager, Mark Robins is all geared up for it.

Speaking to The Star, Robins said, 'We start with Morecambe tonight, who are unbeaten in eight games and have an outside chance of the play-offs. Then, on Saturday, we have the leaders Brentford at Don Valley.

'All the way through March we've got teams up at the top or down at the bottom so we will have a say at both ends of the table. We also play two teams in the middle of the table, one being the local derby with Chesterfield and the other is Aldershot, who we owe one to after the Cup exit to them.

'First, and foremost, of course, it's about us getting the right results.'




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Date:Tuesday March 3 2009

Time: 9:38AM

 

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