Date: 31st July 2012 at 2:43pm
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Rotherham United’s game this evening at the New York Stadium against neighbours Sheffield United is a sell out!


As the tickets were reportedly going quickly yesterday the last of them was sold this morning to make it the first – but hopefully not the last – full capacity crowd at the Millers new home.


The Blades sold their three thousand five hundred before the weekend and with the Millers selling out today the noise should be phenomenal this evening and Millers Manager, Steve Evans told The Star, ‘Since it`s been built, people have said they can`t wait to see what it`s like full. Well, it won`t be far off tonight and I think it will be electric.’


Meanwhile, Blades Boss, Danny Wilson told their Official Site that he thought tonight would be a sterling test for his team tonight. ‘Rotherham have shown their intentions already with the players they have brought in and, for them, it will be new stadium, new era and while we wish them all the best in their new stadium and venture we will be going there to prepare ourselves for the first game in a few weeks. After all it’s a derby game and both teams will be hoping to win.’










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