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Two of Rotherham United`s Directors have today stepped down from their roles.

Dino Maccio and Alan Cartledge are leaving the league one side due to pressure of business interests.

Mr Cartledge, a Sheffield businessman said 'We wish the club all the best. We have been involved since the conception of the new board and have seen the club make progress. We believe this is the best time to step down. We have appreciated the backing of the Millers fans and will be back at Millmoor whenever we can.`

Mr Maccio said 'I have really enjoyed our time on the board and building relationships with the fans. The club knows that where I can I am always available to help.`

The Millers board now consists of Chairman Denis Coleman and Directors Dave Costin and Giles Brearley.

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Date:Friday December 22 2006

Time: 8:52PM

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