Date: 20th April 2007 at 8:18am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has told his players that they owe it to themselves, the fans and the other teams to give it their all in the last three games of the season.

He told The Advertiser that the players are not on holiday yet. ‘We have a duty to approach these final three games in a professional manner. The pressure is off us now we are down but we have performed well in the last few games and I want to see that continue.

‘We are in a position to prove to people that, without the ten points deduction, we could have stayed up.’

The Millers could also have a say in what happens in the rest of the league. Tommorrows result at Yeovil could affect the play off places while the final two games (Cheltenham and Bristol City) could have consequences at either/both ends of the table.