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Millers Management Contract

Rotherham United Chairman, Denis Coleman, has handed manager Mark Robins and his new assistant John Breckin three year contracts.

Robins was originally given a one year rolling contract but the Chairman told The Advertiser, 'We need some stability at the club and Mark and John have been given three-year deals as part of it.

'We need to build to get back to The Championship and Mark and John offer the right blend of youth and experience.

'These are the two men we want to move forward with.'

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 11 2007

Time: 8:30AM

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how is he as a manager?? always wondered how he would do :-) must be doing something right if they are to get the contracts mind you !
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11/05/2007 08:44:00

Breck actually brought in Mark Robins as a player to Millmoor. I rather suspect to get Breck back he had to be offered a three year deal. Therefore, so did the manager. Mark Robins seems to have the respect of the players, which counts for a lot don't you think?
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