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THE MILLERS LATEST NEWS
Millers issue Season Ticket update Millers issue Season Ticket update
As uncertainty reigns due to the postponement of football, the Millers update fans regarding season tickets and payments
Millers set to furlough 1st team staff Millers set to furlough 1st team staff
Speaking to the 'Tiser, boss Paul Warne admits that The Millers would probably have to furlough some 1st team staff
Football suspended until further notice Football suspended until further notice
As the Coronavirus crisis continues, all football has been suspended until further notice.
Millers put staff on leave Millers put staff on leave
With the Coronavirus lockdown in effect, the Millers have furloughed thier staff and closed operations at NYS
Warne pre-season plans scrapped Warne pre-season plans scrapped
Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, boss Paul Warne say's his plans for pre-season are scrapped due to the break
Warne confident Millers can weather storm Warne confident Millers can weather storm
With no income coming in for a good while it's strange times for clubs, but Warney is confident the Millers are ok
ADDITIONAL THE MILLERS ARTICLES
The Rainy day has come - Tony The Rainy day has come - Tony
The MIllers chairman Tony Stewart say's that the Millers are prepared for life without Football.
Cooper signs new deal Cooper signs new deal
19 year old defender Jake Cooper has signed a new deal with the Millers until the end of 21-22 season.
Millers unable to face Blades Millers unable to face Blades
Sheffield United and the Millers were hoping to have a small game behind closed doors, but EFL advised against it.
Warne looking to brighter days Warne looking to brighter days
With no football on the horizon for another few weeks, boss Paul Warne is looking forward.
Warne hoping break will heal Defenders Warne hoping break will heal Defenders
The covid19 break might bring players back for the Millers, hopes Warney
Millers duo in self isolation Millers duo in self isolation
The Millers gaffer Paul Warne gives the lowdown on the current situation with the Millers v Covid 19