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Robins Delighted With Win

New Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, spoke to the Official Site after today's win at Millmoor.

'It's a great result,' he said. 'We started well and got the goal but going in two-one down at half time was disappointing. They were two poor goals to concede. But second half we came out and gave it everything - I can't ask more than that.

'Chris O'Grady and Delroy Facey are putting a good partnership together up front and Michael Keane coming back into midfield gave us something different.

'Keane is still short of match fitness but came in and has done exceptionally well. Since I have been in charge he has worked very hard.

'I am delighted for Mark Newsham. That's just what he needed. He's been doing everything right and has shown a lot of patience. It just shows what he can do. There will be more from him, I'm sure.'






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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 7 2007

Time: 6:37PM

Your Comments

well done to newsham the future of RUFC
Mexbro miller
I thought all the youngsters did well in the second half. Particular mention to Henderson - he did well today
herringthorpe
 

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