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Rotherham's future secure.

Rotherham's future secure.

Today's Sheffield Star reports that Rotherham United chairman, Denis Coleman is very upbeat about the clubs financial future.
Following the £1 million departure of Will Hoskins and Lee Williamson to Watford on Friday, Coleman said that the club is financially secure for the next 16 months.

The duo's departure was a major blow to Manager Alan Knill's plans but Coleman stressed that there shouldn't be a repeat of the Millers recent cash problems.

'We've tried out best to keep the lads at Millmoor but it wasn't to be,' Coleman said.
'The deal will see our club financially secure until the end of the 2007-08 season and hopefully we can now move forward.'


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Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 12:28PM

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Great news.....no more bucket shaking Bez.
zipadeedoodah
08/01/2007 12:30:00
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Of course this probably depends on staying up as well. May be a tough time for you guys.
getintoem
08/01/2007 12:36:00
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Exactly getintoem, weve finally got things sorted off the pitch so it's time we pulled our socks upon it as well.
zipadeedoodah
08/01/2007 14:34:00
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Phew, thank goodness for that Zippy!! Re the financial security and me not having to be a cheer-leader again!
rybel_b
08/01/2007 14:34:00
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now they have both departed it's a loss we could have done without but now we have to concentrate on getting clear of relegation and also great news about the security of the club
miller4life
08/01/2007 15:11:00
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The problem is will the gates drop with the sale of two of our best players.
eebbee
08/01/2007 16:23:00
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we need to get at least 2 new players in, 1 being a striker
Mexbro miller
08/01/2007 16:57:00
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I think a few people will turn out to see, Toumani, if he really is the prospect we hear he is.
zipadeedoodah
08/01/2007 21:14:00
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