Robins eyeing cup run

09 August 2010 06:30
Barnsley manager Mark Robins has targeted both cup competitions this season and will field a strong line-up against Rochdale in round one. Robins' side take on Keith Hill's newly-promoted side at Oakwell and warned his players not to take the League One side lightly. He said: "Keith Hill always sets his sides out to play good attractive football and he deserves credit for getting them promoted last season. They did it on a very limited budget in their division which is similar to ourselves. "They will always try to play the game in the right way and we will have to be at our very best to win the game. We will be in for a rude awakening if we are not right for this game. "It will be an interesting one. I have worked with some of their players before and I know their characters. They will have a point to prove against us on Tuesday night. They will want to progress but so do we. "I will be sending out a strong team that can go and win the game. We want to have some cup runs this season and I will pick a side to reflect that. I will pick a side to win."

Source: PA

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