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Dino Maccio and Alan Cartledge today stepped down from the board of directors at Millmoor, saying that it was due to'pressure of business interests.'

Chairman, Denis Coleman tonight told the Official Site 'The departures will not threaten the continued progress the club is making on and off the field.`

Paul Douglas, Chief Operating Officer, said 'We would like to thank them both for the tremendous contributions they have made to the survival of the club. They deserve special credit for what they have done for Rotherham United. They were prepared to have a go when others didn`t.

'They will always be welcome at Millmoor and we hope to see them again whenever they can get here.`

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The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 22 2006

Time: 9:15PM

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What do you make of this news, Miller fans?
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22/12/2006 21:41:00

It had been rumoured that Dino was about to leave after having difficulties with his business.
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22/12/2006 22:30:00

Does this mean we can expect some new faces as well?
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23/12/2006 00:44:00


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