Date:Sunday March 5 2006
If we manage to survive this season, what lies in store for us in the future?
With gates failing to reach an average of 5,000 for every home game- you must ask yourself , do the people of rotherham actually care if we survive or not?
So far no big buisnessmen have come forward to rescue us, and theres no imminent sign of a saviour.
time is running out for the millers- and fast,at present weve got a very mediocre team, a half built stand( will it ever get finished? ) and debts that have been allowed to spiral way out of control.
the cries of help can be heard up and down the country-loud and clear......but is it a case of too little too late?
discuss this in the forum
RUFC - Evans 'Ledesma Has Quality' (Saturday November 22 2014)
RUFC - Evans 'No Excuses' (Saturday November 22 2014)
RUFC - Evans Disappointed With Today (Saturday November 22 2014)
Home Defeat Finds Millers In Bottom Three (Saturday November 22 2014)
Millers v Birmingham Preview (Saturday November 22 2014)
RUFC - New Man Signs In (Friday November 21 2014)
RUFC - Chairman Delighted With Sponsors (Friday November 21 2014)
RUFC - Stadium Sponsor Announced (Friday November 21 2014)
RUFC - Latest on Luciano Becchio (Friday November 21 2014)
RUFC - Club Apologises Over Tickets (Friday November 21 2014)
|Adams: We Have To Take Our Chances
» Norwich : 23/11/2014 07:00:00
» Wigan : 22/11/2014 23:31:00
|Howe: Loan move could be an avenue for us
» Bournemouth : 22/11/2014 22:22:00
|Karanka satisfied with point
» Middlesbrough : 22/11/2014 22:16:00
|Howe: Rantie injury a huge blow
» Bournemouth : 22/11/2014 22:15:00