Robins Happy With Barnsley’s Point

Sunday, 20 September 2009, 7:48
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Robins was grateful to his veteran defender for a good performance in keeping out a Swans side looking for just their second win of the season.

And Robins admitted afterwards that he would probably have to move back into the transfer market as he said 'We've got six of our more regular starters out with injuries. We've got injuries to key players.

'We've brought one or two in and we're looking to do some more business if we can do. We need some help certainly because when you look round there are lads on the bench who have not played.'  

He added: 'We drop ourselves in it a little bit. We're looking for a little bit of composure and a little bit more in terms of trying to get forward and get beyond and make chances for ourselves.'  

Despite being disappointed with his side's lack of ambition, Robins was delighted to keep Swansea at bay. 

"I'm pleased with the clean sheet and the whole team takes credit for that,' he said. 

"And I'm pleased with the return of four points from two games, which isn't a bad return."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1214765/Barnsley-0-Swansea-0-Moore-merrier-denying-Swans.html#ixzz0RdBhlnLD

 

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