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RUFC - Stewart 'Disappointed we aren't staying'

RUFC - Stewart 'Disappointed we aren't staying'

Rotherham United's owner in waiting, Tony Stewart has told RotherFM that he is disappointed that he couldn't secure Millmoor so the club could stay there.

'I did my level best, offering to buy Millmoor,' Mr Stewart said, 'because it was the best place to be. But, realistically and professionally, we couldn't do a deal.

'The only real way forward for the club is to have its own ground and a ground that is in Rotherham. I have seen the plans and I genuinely believe it will happen.'

Earlier today a spokesman for Don Valley said there shouldn't be a problem with League games kicking-off at the traditional time of 3pm on a Saturday.

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday May 30 2008
Time: 5:34PM

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bit of a bum deal but if it keeps you alive until a new ground is built it has to be good news doesnt it????? boothe family anyones thoughts
mick66owl
30/05/2008 20:08:00
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Obviously better than not having a team at mick
herringthorpe
30/05/2008 20:14:00
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Any port in a storm, as the saying goes!!
rybel_b
30/05/2008 22:45:00
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ask sheff utd there not a football team but they are still going. you have to laugh dont you.
mick66owl
30/05/2008 23:17:00
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We haven't been doing too much laughing for the last 24 hours or so - but it will all come right in the wash I suppose
herringthorpe
31/05/2008 00:02:00
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it will and if you get a new stadium out of it even better
mick66owl
02/06/2008 00:52:00
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well we were supposed to be getting a new stadium anyway so...
herringthorpe
03/06/2008 09:01:00
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