Date: 13th April 2009 at 8:54pm
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Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, saw his team play out a, somewhat, boring nil-nil draw today yet said he was ‘satisfied’.

Speaking to the Official Site, Robins admitted that the players might have looked a bit leggy but thinks that was understandable after two games in three days.

‘We came away from home and picked up a deserved point. I can’t remember Andy Warrington, in goal, being tested much and we had possession in some decent areas but we just lacked the energy to stick the ball in the net.’

Millers midfielder, Micky Cummins, was stretchered off at the start of the second half and his manager said, ‘Micky is walking about the dressing room and there is no sign of swelling. We need to let the injury settle down and see what happens.’

The gaffer admitted he was worried at first, saying, ‘It’s the first time I’ve seen an ambulance come onto the pitch and we feared the worst. But hopefully, he will be OK.’