Date: 26th April 2007 at 11:14am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, says only a win will do for the last home game of the season on Saturday.

The already relegated Millers take on Cheltenham at Millmoor and Robins told The Star that it had been a difficult time for the supporters recently.

‘Even in difficult times the supporters have been excellent. Fans expect more success than failure at home and ours went through a four month spell in which we only had one win on our home ground.

‘Last time we played here we lost and were relegated. It wasn’t a nice feeling for anyone at the club and we want the supporters to go home for the summer with a happy memory.’

Cheltenham come knowing that they need at least a point to ensure their own survival in League One and send Chesterfield down.

‘People have been saying that we could help Chesterfield – no disrespect to them but I’m just thinking about ourselves and a win is for Rotherham United and our supporters – nobody else.

‘I think we owe our supporters a good finish.’