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RUFC - Mark Robins previews tomorrows game

Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, says that his opposite number tomorrow, Paul Tisdale has done a remarkable job at Exeter.

Robins and Tisdale know each other from when they played together in Greece for Panioniios in the late 1990's and Robins told the Official Site that not only had Paul done well with Exeter he'd also done a good job before that at Team Bath.

'I wish him well,' Robins said, 'after Saturday. He's a good guy and I am pleased for him. He's a studious person and he's put a lot of time and effort into getting Exeter where they are. They are a decent side who play decent football but they have to try and beat us and we will give them a good game.

'It's at this stage of the season that you look at what might have been and we are trying to finish a job off. We should be up for the game tomorrow and I'm looking forward to it. I hope we can get a few of our supporters in to mirror theirs.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 1 2009

Time: 6:42PM

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Lets have a great finish to the season, which may have been better without the points deduction, which must have had some affect on the players, well done and a good season.
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Lets have a great finish to the season, which may have been better without the points deduction, which must have had some affect on the players, well done and a good season.
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