Date: 5th April 2008 at 7:59pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, was disappointed after the result today at Millmoor.

Speaking to the Official Site he said, ‘I thought we gave a hundred per cent and passed the ball better.

‘I think the side is still lacking in confidence and we looked a bit unsure early on but I thought we looked more solid and, but for two basic errors, we could have won the game.

‘If we’d won the first header for the opening goal it wouldn’t have gone in. I thought we were strong and solid and started to grow into the formation we’ve worked on this week, although it will take a bit of time. On a couple of occasions their full-back did Dale Tonge when he slipped.

‘I didn’t think it was a bad performance but to concede the goal at the death was a killer blow. I think the lads gave everything they could apart from goals.

‘The fans might want to know why I took Tom Cahill off but I was a bit bemused. I didn’t think we were getting out and creating anything but when we made the changes we scored the equaliser. We also created more chances and could have gone on to win the game. I was disappointed by the reaction of the crowd as they know things aren’t bright around the place at the moment. They didn’t like one or two of my decisions and gave me some stick but that doesn’t bother me. The proof of the pudding was at the end of the game when we had more chances than the rest of the afternoon.’