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The grey skies have lifted slightly over millmoor this morning as news as filtered through of a group local businessmen taking control of the millers.

The group is led by Dennis Coleman a well known property consultants and builders Pinder Projects,local restaurant owner Dino Maccio.

Its not clear yet as to what the intentions of the new board have, they expect to be in charge in a few days when the official handover takes place, whether or not the new board have the finances to push the club forward remains to be seen.

But for now at least things are looking a little rosier down millmoor way

Vital wishes them well and indeed we all hope for better times ahead.

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Date:Thursday March 23 2006

Time: 10:18AM

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well done rotherham!!i knew u could do it!!
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23/03/2006 20:57:00

Great news! Congratulations from Stockport County. The only way forward for clubs like ours is via Supporters Trusts I think. Hope things work out that way for you.
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24/03/2006 09:25:00

thanks troika & cropped but not ont of touble yet but at least they's hope now
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05/04/2006 07:57:00

this should hopefully see a turn around for you, start by getting out of the relegation trouble!
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05/04/2006 13:21:00

a new board a new start a new rotherham ....
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05/04/2006 17:28:00

big thanks to dino and dennis
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05/04/2006 20:10:00

Looks like you are going to survive, which is great news. As a football supporter i would hate to see any club go to the wall. Unless of course it was D***y ******y.
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06/04/2006 19:09:00

lol, cheers, yes hopefully we will be ok, the support as been overwhelming
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12/04/2006 15:15:00


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