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Millers Thank Owls For Training Help

South Yorkshire neighbours Rotherham United have thanked Wednesday for allowing them use of their Middlewood Road indoor training dome this week.

Heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures have meant the Millers, who don't have an indoor training facility, have found it difficult to get training in ahead of this weekend's matches.

But Wednesday came to the rescue by allowing them to use the indoor dome at Middlewood Road for two days this week.

'We have to thank Sheffield Wednesday for letting us use their indoor dome for the last two days,' Millers boss Ronnie Moore told Sky Sports.

'It's been really difficult. We trained last Monday and then the players didn't train for the rest of the week. Hopefully we'll be able to train outdoors tomorrow and get ready for Saturday.'




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 10 2010

Time: 12:04AM

Your Comments

Thank you, Owls!
herringthorpe
Would you like to repay us by sending Adam Le Fondre our way? ;)
welshyowl
Ws thinking the same thing myself welshy......... wouldn't surprise me if ALF was on AI's hitlist for January anyway......
US OWL
i watched le fondre a bit for rochdale, good god no, id just as much rather have milan mandaric put on a pair of boots. he takes too many chances to score, his general play is poor due to his height and build, he's terrible. most of his goals come from the penalty spot. League 2 is as far as he can go.
DEZZYP
DEZZYP you took the words right out of my mouth,he wouldnt have the same affect at a higher level.
ollyowl70
 

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