"I had a look at the attendances elsewhere on Tuesday night and it wasn't just us who suffered. We have had a lot of matches and we are at the end of a long season and there's the recession to consider. Of course, low crowds aren't something I want to see carry on and that's why we have to perform to attract people."
"I won't bribe anyone to come. I want people to come in order to see good football," added Stewart.
The Millers average crowd has dipped since the move from Millmoor but boss Mark Robins is hoping for the home fans to come and watch the lads for the last time this season next week against promotion hopefuls Exeter.
"We don't want to attend someone else's party. It's brilliant for Exeter because they'll be striving to achieve what we all want to achieve but it's important that our people turn out and give us their support." he said.
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