Date: 19th October 2007 at 9:35am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins has pleaded with the fans to be patient because we may need to start playing ugly at home.

Although we’ve only lost one home game in the League so far this season, the team now need to be turning the one points into three and to do that, Robins told The Advertiser that they might have to sacrifice style in order to get results.

‘I know we can be a good passing side but there are stages in the season when the players lack the confidence to do it,’ he said. ‘Well, I think they have come through that and have started to be brave and take possession of the ball. It was good to see that at Brentford.

‘We need to be brave at home and stop the opposition killing the game off. We might have to start playing at home like we do away. It might not be pretty but it will be successful. I want to ask the fans to trust us and back us on this one.’