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Robins on international duty

Rotherham United caretaker boss Mark Robins travelled to Doncaster Rovers new Keepmoat Stadium tonight to watch England Under 19's take on Turkey.
'It will be interesting to have a look at some of these promising young players,' said Robins.
'We already have one of them with us,' he added, referring to Millers loanee Rossi Jarvis, currently at Millmoor from Norwich City.
The youngster who was 19 on March 11th made his Rotherham debut at the centre of midfield in The Millers 1-0 victory at Brentford last Saturday.
But Robins will also be keeping an eye out for other possible signings.
'I shall see if there might be anyone available to us, it is about getting out there, having a look and making contact - and also further contact - with people.
'These are good young players who are coming through. Some are already playing in the first team at their clubs, others may be ready to do so but can't quite break through but might be ready for league football.
'We have to explore all avenues. You never know, there could be possibilities for us'.




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Date:Wednesday March 21 2007

Time: 10:14PM

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Another couple like Rossi Jarvis would do for starters.
zipadeedoodah
i`ll second that, we need players with hunger
Mexbro miller
 

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