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RUFC - Chairman, 'exciting year ahead'

RUFC - Chairman, 'exciting year ahead'

Rotherham United Chairman, Tony Stewart, is, like the rest of us Millers fans, looking forward to seeing some football.

With the Millers only playing one game in the last five weeks, Mr Stewart told the Official Site that he is looking forward to the clash against Port Vale on New Years Day.

'It`s been a frustrating time,` Mr Stewart said, 'and I am delighted we will be able to blow the cobwebs off on New Years Day with a mouth watering clash with Port Vale at Don Valley and what a fantastic game this promises to be as a curtain raiser for 2011.`

The Millers last game was on 11th December where Mr Stewart says 'we played some great football and were unfortunate to only win by one goal.`

Speaking about next year, the Millers` Chairman carried on, 'We`ve so much to look forward to in 2011. The new stadium development is very much on the horizon. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting so close now and we are excited to be able to share what we have seen with everyone and please be assured that that will be at the earliest possible opportunity.

'On the pitch we remain resilient, focused and determined to climb the league while the infrastructure within the club continues to be developed to enable us to do just that and to be able to compete at a higher level when we get there.`

The Chairman also has a message for the fans, thanking them for their support during 2010 and saying, 'Our club is on a great journey. Please join us at Don Valley on Saturday for a top of the table clash and let`s start 2011 like we intend to finish it - with togetherness and success.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday December 30 2010
Time: 10:19AM

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