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RUFC - Coleman 'Big Plans'

RUFC - Coleman 'Big Plans'

Rotherham United Chairman, Denis Coleman, has said their are big plans regarding the building of a new community stadium in the town.

Speaking to RotherFM he said, 'we want a stadium that all sorts of events can take place at. We are thinking of building an arena at one end for about four or five thousand which will mean things like pop concerts, darts, boxing etc. We could have it working for three hundred and sixty four days a year.'

But, there is still a need for the people of Rotherham to get behind the football club and prove to the council that WE, the fans, want a new stadium. A message from the board was put out yesterday thanking the fans for turning up against MK Dons on Saturday but with a plea for them to come back again.

The next Millers home game against Wycombe Wanderers is being called 'UNITED ROTHERHAM' and prices have been lowered for this game to £15 per adult, £5 senior citizens and juveniles and £1 for Under 12's for anywhere in the ground.

So, come on, get yourselves down to Millmoor and support your team and let's get some bums on seats!!!

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday January 8 2008
Time: 10:27AM

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But, there is still a need for the people of Rotherham to get behind the football club and prove to the council that WE, the fans, want a new stadium. CHANGE THE RECORD DENIS "I HAVE NOTHING TO PROVE TO ROTHERHAM COUNCIL , THEY ARE PUBLIC SERVANTS AND THEY HAVE TO PROVE TO ROTHERHAM FOLK THAT THEY WANT A STADIUM FOR THE COMMUNITY" BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING BORING
MILLERS1884
08/01/2008 11:24:00
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why do they keep calling it a community stadium when the council have stated no money from them will be used ?
Mexbro miller
08/01/2008 11:36:00
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No, sorry, the last 3 paragraphs were my bit -just trying to help the club by getting more fans in
herringthorpe
08/01/2008 16:01:00
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lets hope all the stay aways start coming back to show we have the fan base for a new stadium come on rmbc get your fingers out and get the stadium built
miller4life
11/01/2008 00:02:00
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