RUFC - need to turn draws into wins
Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, has told The Advertiser that the Millers have to start turning their 'one pointers into three pointers' especially at home.
Tomorrow see's Darlington come to Millmoor, a team, like Rotherham, who still have an unbeaten record to uphold.
'Darlington are one of the favourites to go up but I hope it is us whose record is intact after the game tomorrow,' says Robins.
Darlington have spent money bringing in Pawel Abbot, Michael Cummins, Julian Joachim, Tommy Wright and Steve Foster for this season and Robins says, 'we haven't had the luxury of spending that sort of money but I am confident that we can compete with any team in this division.
'We go into this match with a win behind us. We've had a difficult start to the season but the fact that we are still unbeaten in the league is credit to the players.
'We want a good crowd and we want the same vocal support that we got on Tuesday night at Mansfield.'
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