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Rotherham v Doncaster game moved.

Rotherham v Doncaster game moved.

Rotherham United's first ever visit to Doncaster Rovers impressive new Keepmoat Stadium will now take place on Saturday 27th January 2007 with a 3 o'clock kick off.
The game was originally scheduled for January 6th, but Doncaster's FA Cup date at home to Bolton took priority.
The game was re-scheduled for Tuesday 30th January, but due to Swansea and Nottingham Forest's continued involvement in the FA Cup, who were due to play Rotherham and Doncaster respectively, this has left the January 27th slot open.
This leaves the Rotherham v Swansea game at Millmoor unscheduled, a new date will be set shortly.


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Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 1:51PM

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Great stuff. Better all round on a Saturday. Bring it on.
zipadeedoodah
08/01/2007 13:58:00
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Some fans will be happy, some won't!
rybel_b
08/01/2007 14:16:00
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Think there will be more of a crowd for the Saturday. Of course, now we just have to keep our fingers crossed that the weather doesn't turn to the white stuff!
herringthorpe
08/01/2007 14:26:00
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Dont do me any favours but will be there all the same
eebbee
08/01/2007 16:07:00
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football on a saturday is allways better
Mexbro miller
08/01/2007 16:54:00
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look forward to seeing you at our new stadium, just one word of warning for god sake sit down or the stewards and police will have you out in a flash.
dazza71
11/01/2007 16:11:00
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