Millers - Up In One?
Talking about getting 'back in one` is inevitable I suppose - and that would be great, providing we can stay back up once we get there. Personally, a mid-table position seems more likely. The manager has to build for the future next season and Mark Robins seems to be doing that with his signing up of some of the Youth team who came in this season and played their souls out for the club. The club has to re-build too - it has to keep hold of the manager, and, if things start to go a little awry, not listen to the moanings and groanings and sack him, as has happened so often at Millmoor recently. He has to be given a chance.
They also have to try and entice the fans to come back - us, the 'die-hards` have been given that incentive with the season ticket prices being dropped a little. Freezing the match day prices, in my opinion, will not get the stay away fans to wander in. The prices are cheaper at higher up, nearby clubs than at Millmoor, although, I don`t honestly believe if you`re a Miller through and through you would turn allegiance and go and support these other teams, but there will probably be some who will go to the odd game there instead of Millmoor. There is a chance some might go to Clifton Lane - and that is something else I think needs addressing, having The Rotherham (yes I still call them that) Titans playing the same day as The Millers - surely something can be sorted.
This weekend Vital Rotherham has been inundated with Bristol City fans singing the praises of our supporters who went to Ashton Gate on Saturday. I believe Rotherham United have made a few new friends at Bristol - many promising to look out for our results and 'keep an eye on us.` Our fans did us proud on Saturday. Which proves one thing to me - we have to stick together. When things aren`t going well we have to support the club and pull together. We have to
Keep The Faith.
Up The Millers
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