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RUFC - Robins 'be prepared'

RUFC - Robins 'be prepared'

Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins has told his team they have to be prepared for teams to be fired up against them.

Speaking to The Star, he said, 'Teams will be fired up against us because we are second and we have to be aware and prepared for it. We have to deal with is and I'm confident we can sustain our challenge.

'Chester aren't on one of their best runs at the moment but you can be sure they will be up for it tomorrow.

'We will be going into the game positively but we know there are a lot of hard challenges ahead for us.'

The Millers have three away games in the next four days, tomorrow at Chester, Tuesday at Peterborough and then away at leaders MK Dons with Hereford the week before at home.

It's going to be tough. The pitches are going to be boggy after all this rain and there are going to be a lot of tired legs at the end of this batch of games. I think it's these four games that will sort out the 'men from the boys.'

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday January 25 2008
Time: 11:09AM

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