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RUFC - Millmoor to host football?

RUFC - Millmoor to host football?

When Rotherham United left Millmoor there was speculation that the ground could be used for a greyhound track or even speedway but did anyone think there would ever be football there again?

As The Star reminds us about a covenant that states Millmoor must be used as a sporting venue it seems that Sunday League Football could take place at the old ground. One of the younger members of the Booth family is understood to be involved with a local Sunday League side and they could well be playing their home games at Millmoor.

If this happens will you be going along to watch, for old times sake?




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday July 24 2008
Time: 10:54AM

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MILLMOOR IS NO MORE IN MY BOOK , I HAVE HAD MANY MEMORIES SOME GOOD AND SOME BAD .......THAT CHAPTER IS OVER AND WE ALL NEED TO MOVE ON ..... MILLMOOR WAS AND STILL IS A ****HOLE AND I FOR ON ,EVEN THOUGH I DONT LIKE THE THOUGHTS OF PLAYING OUT OF THE TOWN BELIEVE THAT THE FACILITIES AT DVS ARE A WELCOME PLEASURE .... LETS JUST MOVE ON AND ALLOW MR BOOTH R.I.P. TO ENJOY !!!!
MILLERS1884
24/07/2008 12:06:00
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Not for me either, seeing as I don't live in Rotherham. ScunnyJnr plays Sundays anyway, so we usually go and watch his team.
rybel_b
24/07/2008 12:18:00
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football should always be played in your own town- millmoor or not- ask the f.a.
millers4eva
24/07/2008 22:58:00
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