Date: 20th July 2013 at 10:00am
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Rotherham United Chairman Tony Stewart is urging supporters to get down to the New York Stadium this afternoon to see, what he says, is the ‘strongest squad the club have had since he took over`.

Mr Stewart must have been disappointed at the low crowd against Championship side Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night and has turned to the Official Site to ask the fans to come out in force for the game against Huddersfield Town this afternoon.

Up until noon today you can still purchase tickets for this game – and the two remaining home friendlies – for £13 for Adults, £7 for concessions and £5 for under eighteen.

To pay at the turnstiles this afternoon the prices rise by £2.

Meanwhile Terriers Manager and former Miller Mark Robins is looking forward to this afternoon`s game and told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner that, after playing in Paul Warne`s testimonial at the New York, ‘It`s a very good set-up, and Tony Stewart has done a good job to get the club into the situation they are in now.`

Personally I still think £15 for a friendly is a bit on the steep side.






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