Date: 28th November 2012 at 3:22pm
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Rotherham United are asking supporters to hold onto their FA Cup tickets for the game on Saturday with Notts County – just in case we get through to the next round and draw a ‘big’ club.

With the Premiership and Championship clubs coming into the third round of the Cup and IF the Millers get through too then people who have tickets for the game on Saturday will get priority for the next round.

After yesterdays win over Accrington, Millers Manager Steve Evans asked the Millers fans to ‘turn out in force’ on Saturday with Notts County having just about sold their allocation of tickets.

‘This is our stadium,’ the Millers Boss told Radio Sheffield, ‘so it`s important that we`re the ones that are heard throughout the game. The support in the first round was magnificent, but the Magpies have sold a lot more tickets so we’ve got to take it up a step further if we`re going to be heard. It will be a tough game, and your support can make the difference.’

Speaking to the Official Site Head of Commercial Mark Hitchens said, ‘We have a tremendous chance of getting through. We are urging fans to attend this Saturday, not just to help the team advance into round three, but also to not miss your chance of having priority seating for the next round.’

So, don’t throw your ticket away tomorrow. Season Ticket holders will get priority followed by people with their tickets from the Notts County game.


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