Date: 28th March 2008 at 7:47pm
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Rotherham United might not have a lot to play for at the moment, deducted ten points, in administration, players and staff taking a wage deferral (well, most of them) but manager, Mark Robins says his players have to go out and show what they can do from now until the end of the season.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield tonight, he said, ‘ I was disappointed with the game against Rochdale and I feel we have to put on a performance in the last six games. We’ve got a big game tomorrow. We are a player short but I want them to go out and play for pride and for the supporters.

‘I know it’s a difficult situation but we have to put the off field problems to the back of our minds. The players have to play their best in the final games for pride and for the fans but also, if the worse comes to the worst then they have to put themselves in the shop window.’