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Todays Rotherham Advertiser reports that the club and the supporters could find out next week what the outcome of the councils valuation of Millmoor is.
As we all know the local authority and the Booth family have been in talks over the proposed sale of the ground to the council.
The local authority are hoping to turn the ground into a community stadium with the football club sharing with the rugby club if a deal can be struck.
As we are all aware dealing with the Booth family is a tricky business at best going on past dealings so we all need to keep our fingers crossed.
The chairman of Rotherham United is also quoted as saying that the club needs a modern stadium so it can attract more supporters plus better commercial and marketing revenues.
My personal view is that we should be looking at moving away from Millmoor and to build a new stadium just like our neighbours Doncaster have,but time will tell if that will happen.




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Writer: mexbro miller Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 6 2006

Time: 11:14AM

Your Comments

this is what I love about this site , I would have never heard about this otherwise , great news if you get it ! , community stadiums are worth it believe me , here in Hull it has done wonders for the town and clubs so it would be fantastic if you got the same !!
dazednconfuzed
cheers dazed, are you a closet miller?
Mexbro miller
just like our knew stadium nearly done we all cant wait to get in there.
no.1 rover
hopefully it wont be named after a sponsor or anything because it just sounds stupid.
jono_forest
Can't see it happening at Millmoor.I just can't see the Booths selling out,as for compulsory purchase of the land,surely this would be long and drawn out with the booths submitting appeals.Think our only choice is to move.
eebbee
i`m with you eebbee
Mexbro miller
One way to win a few fans over is to let them decide the name of the ground, like a vote or something like that, i know i for one would enjoy that !!!!
red_chattey
 

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