Date: 4th May 2007 at 8:55am
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Rotherham United may have lost the plot this season but their opponents on Saturday may have been ‘out of their minds’ as they seem to have had a ‘twelfth’ man helping them out.

Cheltenham Town brought in a physchologist to show their players how positive thinking could help them against the drop.

And he came along to Millmoor on Saturday, sat next to the camera man and was seen to be giving hand signals.

Millers director, Giles Brearley, told The Advertiser, ‘It was very strange. He made one or two hand signals and it was fascinating to watch. It just shows what methods are being used in modern football to try and get results.’