Date: 28th September 2007 at 4:14pm
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins takes his team to Underhill tomorrow to play Barnet and he has told The Star that he thinks, one day soon, they are going to give someone ‘a good hiding.’

‘We looked like we were going to dish it out to Notts County but took the foot of the gas after we got the early goal. But, we aren’t conceding many goals and we are good in defence. We’ve had chances but we need to be taking them.

‘There’s a good team spirit among the lads and with every game they are getting to know each other a little better.’

This will be the manager’s first experience of the famous Underhill slope and he said, ‘A pitch like this can be an advantage to the home side.

‘We’ve had a look at Barnet and they have a few options up front. It will be a tough place to go. Unlike the teams we have met so far, they do try and pass the ball and this might suit us.

‘We have to try and pick up points away if we aren’t winning any at home. We have had a decent start but you have to be winning your home games.’