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RUFC - Chairman 'Millers never more ready'

RUFC - Chairman 'Millers never more ready'

Rotherham United Chairman, Tony Stewart has nothing but praise for Manager, Andy Scott and he says that there is a lot to be positive and excited about moving into the new season.

Speaking to The Advertiser Mr Stewart says, 'We have all bought into the new manager and his staff one hundred per cent.

'Andy Scott is conscientious and hard-working and is handling things differently to what we`ve known before - we`ve never seen anything like it - and it`s so professional.

'We`re not saying we are going to set the world on fire but with all the dedication and preparation, I cannot believe that will not be portrayed in some shape or form on the pitch. To make it work you need good people and I believe those working on the football side are committed and suitable to get a team of footballers enthused to achieve things. A Rotherham team has never been more ready for a new season and we hope that shows in the performances.`

Mr Stewart went on to say, 'This is my fourth season in football and what I have learned is that it is bigger than any individual. You see the fan base and you see the passion and you see what makes a difference to people on a Saturday. The real owners and investors in the sport are the people.`

And the Chairman`s dream? 'To be kicking off in a brand new stadium in a year`s time - in League One.`





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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday August 5 2011
Time: 9:08AM

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