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RUFC - Evans 'United we will be successful'

RUFC - Evans 'United we will be successful'

Rotherham United Manager, Steve Evans has said a big 'thank you' to supporters who have already purchased season tickets and joined the 1925 club.

With it thought that there have been around four thousand season tickets already sold for the New York Stadium, the Millers Boss told the Official Site, 'The pre-season ticket sales and the 1925 executive sales have been fantastic and we are all getting excited about playing in a wonderful facility like the New York Stadium.

'We need our supporters, we need the New York Stadium rocking with a great match atmosphere and our supporters are playing their part. I would like to offer a big thank you to every one of them, who despite these difficult times, have handed over their hard earned money to grab their seat. Without the supporters a football club has no soul, and it appears we certainly have a big soul.'

Evans says that he has been doing his best by signing talented, proven and very committed footballers, saying, ' I will continue to do so as I work hard to finish the squad with three quality signings which will finalise our squad for the new season.

'There will be some who will do what they can to throw bombs into our camp but we must remain calm, lift them, defuse them and get on with the task in hand.

'If you have not purchased your season ticket then please do so, because we need as many Millers fans behind us as we can get. The stadium is simply brilliant, now let us fill it with a support who does our new home justice. And remember, United we will be successful, divided we will fail.'


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday June 13 2012
Time: 12:15PM

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