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Robins - Pre Blackpool

Rotherham United's caretaker manager, Mark Robins, has hinted that he might rest some of the younger members of the team tonight according to The Star.

It seems possible that Stephen Brogan will make way for the return of Martin Woods and that new loanee, Che Wilson, will make his home debut for The Millers.

Brogan has earned praise from both ex manager, Alan Knill and Robins, who said, 'Stephen has played a lot of games, including back-to-back, and he looks a little tired. You have to keep an eye on the young players.

'You have to assess whether to give people a rest and you have to give them every chance to recover.

'And we have one or two players chomping at the bit and I am considering something else.'

Sam Duncum and Richie Partridge are both ruled out for tonights game. Duncum strained a hamstring in training yesterday and Partridge tweaked his knee on Friday.




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Date:Tuesday March 27 2007

Time: 4:17PM

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'considering something different' sounds interesting
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27/03/2007 16:31:00

that must be picking a team that plays well and are hungry to win
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