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Rotherham United Supporters Club Meeting

Rotherham United Supporters Club Meeting

Rotherham United Supporters Club held their monthly meeting this evening and here are a few bits and bobs that were discussed.

The Chairman, Clive Hartley, said that the Supporters Club were hoping to meet with Paul Douglas, who is the Chief Operations Officer with the club to discuss free travel with First Mainline to Don Valley on match days.

Mr Hartley and the Chairman of Millers Trust, Mark Thomas have had exploratory talks about the Trust and RUSC merging so that there is only 'one body' to speak to the club. Mr Hartley stressed that nothing would be done without the support of the members of the Supporters Club.

The Supporters Club Committee have decided not to sponsor anything/anyone at the club until the clubs future is secure. And, when they do sponsor it will be something that members can benefit from.

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday August 4 2008
Time: 11:25PM

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hmmm at least they have learned from past mistakes
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04/08/2008 23:29:00
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