Date:Friday May 2 2008
3 May 2008
Barnet are the visitors for what is being billed as probably the last ever game at Millmoor for Rotherham United and it's one that the Millers really want to win.
Its possible that either team could finish the season in ninth spot, with Barnet being just one point and one place behind the Millers.
It's also possible that the new owner will be introduced on the pitch tomorrow as well as Jamie Oliver making an appearance at half-time (I wonder if he will be having a pukka pie while he's here???)
Let's hope tomorrow will be a party atmosphere, although, I imagine, there will also be a few tears.
The Millers could be without Ryan Taylor who went off at Mansfield at half-time last week with a thigh strain. Andy Warrington is set to be the only Millers player this season to play in every league game.
Will stand no nonsense in his penalty area
Ashley Carew won't make the trip tomorrow as he is suffering with a thigh strain and it will probably be the eleven that finished against Stockport last weekend that will start. With only fifteen players to pick from, Paul Fairclough plans to add a PROTEC youngster to the squad.
The twenty-one year old midfield player was watched by Premiership and Championship scouts last week
Mr M Oliver from Northumberland
We don't not only know who we will be playing at the start of next season, we don't even know where we will be playing next season
Date:Friday May 2 2008
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