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ROBINS 'It's a 3 Game Season'

MARK ROBINS believes that destiny is in our own hands ahead of a Three Game Season.

Town are in the bottom 3, on goal difference, ahead of today's meeting with Millwall.

A win would see Town close the gap, to just a point, to Millwall who sit in 16th position on 55 points and are not yet safe from relegation themselves.

Robins spoke to htafc.com ahead of the game:-

We need players who are going to give their all for the shirt and maintain their focus. We have got a three game season; everyone cares, we want to maintain our status. There will be a few more twist and turns.

"We will determine whether it goes to the last game,"

"The Millwall game is a very tough one; they have got a pretty big squad and come into the game off the back of an FA Semi-Final appearance. Kenny is a canny manager whose side is constantly picking up results, like they did on Tuesday night.

"We will have home backing for two of the remaining games and it is important that the fans stay with the players. We have to come out on top, it doesn't matter how. The players know their jobs and they need to go and carry them out."


Huddersfield follow up the game against Millwall with final matches away against already relegated Bristol City and then a season finale at home to Barnsley.

With 9 points left to play for and teams not safe it is certainly a nail biting end to the season for many teams in this seasons Championship.

Let's hope that Huddersfield can look after their own results and not have to worry about the others going kindly for us.

It's crunch time, and this will separate the men from the boys.

#COMEONTOWN #HTAFC




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Date:Saturday April 20 2013

Time: 10:30AM

 

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