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RUFC ' Robins 'We Will Get Better'

RUFC ' Robins 'We Will Get Better'

Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has told The Star that he is looking forward to the two tough games this week.

'We have the cup tie with Sheffield Wednesday this Thursday and then we have Peterborough at home on Sunday - and they got off to a real flier,' Robins said.

The manager has also reconsidered his thoughts on the draw against Hereford on Saturday and said, 'On reflection, the draw seems a better result than it did at the time.

'Saturday was a starting point, players and partnerships are developing a decent understanding with each other and that will get better. The players and I feel that there is more to come - I am convinced there is.

'We won't judge ourselves on how we played on Saturday - we did alright, but we will get better.'

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Date:Tuesday August 14 2007
Time: 1:29PM


Positives from the manager - nice to hear
14/08/2007 22:08:00
Hope his confidence filters through to his troops for Sunday, it's gonna be a toughie.
15/08/2007 00:24:00
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