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Millmoor - Keep Off The Pitch!

Rotherham United's Official Site has requested that fans do not invade the pitch after the final home game on Saturday against Cheltenham.

The club has said this because of safety reasons - they say that should spectators run onto the pitch people may suffer injury, and have asked that all supporters remain in their seats at the end of the game.

Supporters are reminded that it is a criminal offence to go on the pitch and CCTV cameras will be in operation and action will be taken against those that break the rule.

If the supporters do not invade the pitch then Mark Robins will allow his players to return to the pitch to extend their thanks for the fine support they have been given this season.

So do as you're told and stay sat down!!! - Yeah, right!






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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 25 2007

Time: 1:55PM

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Can't be bothered anyway, it's too far from my seat. Id like to see the players do the lap of errr...honour anyway.
zipadeedoodah
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25/04/2007 14:01:00

Lap of honour? Don't think so, Zip. Think they want to come out and say thanks to us for sticking with them
herringthorpe
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25/04/2007 16:25:00

Don't they say this at the end of every season...and most people ignore it anyway.
tc0001
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25/04/2007 16:46:00

Yes, TC, I got a hug and a twirl from eebbee last year, and was seen bouncing on TV. Er, not the poster TV btw.
rybel_b
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25/04/2007 20:39:00

 

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