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TONIGHTS GATE?

on a night when the millers needed all the local support they could get- less than 5,000 turned up at millmoor

what kind of message are the rotherham public sending out to the rest of the country?

people have bent over backwards to SAVE THE MILLERS- but if we cant help ourselves do we have the right to expect help off others?

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Date:Tuesday February 14 2006

Time: 10:04PM

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disappointed is how I feel - thought there were more than that there but don't suppose valentines day + Bournemouth on a Tues night in Feb helped that much. What crowd was there got behind the lads - good singing of Millermen (actually it was much better than the record!) Enjoyed the game and thought we played some good passing along the ground football tonight. Come on people of Rotherham now is the time to get behind The Millers and help save our club.
herringthorpe
Bournemouth and Valentine's Day shouldn't have too much to do with the attendance though. If you want your club to survive you should get down there week in week out. Good win for you tonight though and lets hope you survive and get away from the bottom four. ATB.
KevinE
Was the gate really that low? How many non-Rotherham fans attended? Was the attendance figure about right? You need the people of Rotherham to show that they want a football club, with disappointing gates such as last night when you need everyone to attend. I feel sorry for the genuine fans - it seems you have a clueless board, who set unrealistic budgets. Was the attendance figure last night below the budgetted figure? Can I please suggest that you use capital letters in your news stories.
PopStandRover
I've been wondering that as well regarding use of capital letters.
KevinE
Yes, I agree KevinE, Rotherham people should be going week in week out but, to be honest, never have - I've been amazed myself at the non-footy people who've given their hard earned cash to our plight. PopStandRover - In my opinion, under normal circumstances, we'd have been lucky to get 3,500. Please note - capital letters have been used in this post (!)
herringthorpe
it was a very poor display tonight, and i cant give any reason why it was so dissapointing
millers4eva
 

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