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Rotherham Train At The Keepmoat

Rotherham United enjoyed a day's training at the Keepmoat Stadium. The Millers training facilities at Hooten Roberts were unavailable due to the frost. Former Rotherham United manager and Chief Executive Phil Henson came to the rescue. Henson, is now in charge of the Lakeside Soccer Centre at the Keepmoat Stadium.

It unclear if the Millers paid the 80 per hour standard charge for the use of the astroturf at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Training with the Millers, was former Rovers player Michele Di Piedi. The Italian only started one game for the Rovers, and that was when Mickey Walker was the care-taker manager.




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Date:Thursday February 8 2007

Time: 9:22PM

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Very decent of you Rovers! Such generosity!
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I bet we didn't give it them for free!
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