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RUFC - Turn Out In Force Plea From Gaffer

Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans wants the Millers fans to come out in force tomorrow at the New York Stadium where Rotherham take on top of the table Gillingham.

Speaking to David Beddows of the Rotherham Advertiser the Millers Boss said, 'This is a real test of Rotherham United on and off the pitch. Gillingham are an outstanding side who have been top since the start of the season and they are capable of coming and beating us here.

'But, if everyone is on their game then this is one we can win and the fans can play a major part.

'Our support has hovered around eight thousand for the big games and we need tomorrow's to be the top end of that, if not more. They will be bringing six to seven hundred supporters and they'll be loud so every extra centimetre of that ground we can fill with our fans the better.'


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Date:Friday December 7 2012

Time: 8:52AM

 

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