Date: 20th April 2012 at 9:13am
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Rotherham United Manager, Steve Evans says that it`s vital for the Millers – both players and fans – to adjust quickly to the New York Stadium.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, Evans said, ‘We`ve got to make the stadium our own and that is why we`ve got to get the fans in.

‘There is no point in the stadium just having four thousand in because it wouldn`t have the impact we need it to have. Ideally we need to be kicking off with six thousand five hundred to seven thousand there – even a little less would be great because I`m used to kicking off in front of a lot less!.

‘I`ve been up behind the goals in the home end so I know what it`s like to be up there and to appreciate the views the supporters are going to get and I`ll go up there again when the pitch is laid and the nets are up. To use the old expression ‘you can smell it and it`s ready to happen` and we`ll let our players smell and believe it as well because to give Rotherham United the success it needs we need to live and breathe it.`






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