Millers look to curb cop cost.

Last updated : 12 September 2008 By Bigrich.....
Despite the game being shown live on Sky TV, (which the club will earn £10k) it is expected that Leeds will be bringing a big following in their first visit to Don Valley.

With ticket prices being reduced to a£10 (adults) and £5 (concessions) the game has been made all ticket in an attempt to guage the attendance.

speaking to todays 'Tiser Paul Douglas, said: "We will meet South Yorkshire Police early next week to try and negotiate reasonable policing costs. They can sometimes be phenomenal and while we have not factored the JP Trophy into our budget, we want to make sure we're not actually paying to play this game."

"We have a reasonable relationship with South Yorkshire Police and hopefully there will be a reasonable outcome." he added.

Douglas also dismissed reports on Radio Sheffield that Leeds had requested that the game to be played at Elland Road with the Millers getting the gate reciepts.

Boss Mark Robins said: "It's a great tie and another good game for us to be involved in."

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