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RUFC - 'Time to forget Tuesday'

RUFC - 'Time to forget Tuesday'

Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has said that it's time to forget the defeat on Tuesday night and we have to move on.

'We don't want to dwell on the loss and it's no good shouting about it. We've just got to get on with things and think about the game around the corner. We're glad the Shrewsbury game has come so quickly.

'Things are starting to fall into shape in the league and the players are starting to gel and starting to feel comfortable together and people have started to sit up and take notice of them. They've got a bit of experience behind them now and look forward to the next games.'

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday November 24 2007
Time: 12:07PM

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I like Robins. He’s got his head screwed on right.
BlindJak
26/11/2007 11:44:00
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