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Happy Christmas from Vital Rotherham!

Happy Christmas from Vital Rotherham!

Vital Rotherham want to wish you all a Happy Christmas!

We are almost through the first half of the season and aren't doing half bad are we? Third in the League and Adam Le Fondre joint top of the League Two scoring leage.

We had a jolt sideways when we lost our Manager and backroom staff but are getting back to being vertical again with Ronnie Moore and Jimmy Mullen taking over.

OK, as fans, we are no nearer knowing where our new ground will be and time is ticking although the Chairman is keeping positive. And, we haven't heard a lot about the new training ground either - be it plans or permission. But, hey, that's football!

Let's hope we can get a game or two in before the year ends - although, it's not looking too good for Boxing Day at Don Valley at the moment but with the English weather anything could happen!

So, it's just left for me to say from Mex and myself, Thanks to you all for supporting the site and have a wonderful Yuletide!

Happy Christmas!!!



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday December 24 2009
Time: 12:30PM

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Right back at you sister !!!
C T E
24/12/2009 22:31:00
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And The best Seasons Greetings from all at Vital Lincoln UTI
C T E
25/12/2009 22:41:00
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And to you, CTE and all on Vital Imps
herringthorpe
25/12/2009 23:11:00
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