A first look at the new 2014/15 home kit...
A bumper 84 page edition of Millers Matchday will be on sale on Thursday night packed full of exclusive interviews with Rotherham United stars past and present as well as the first look at the new, never before seen 2014/15 home kit manufactured by Puma.
Plus, five lucky purchasers of the £4 special will win an annual subscription to Millers Player, the premium online service that brings you exclusive news, views, interviews, Warne’s World and live commentary of every Millers game home and away league and cup.
There will be exclusive interviews with Kari Arnason and Adam Collin on their seasons, Lee Frecklington discusses his Player of the Year award, Kieran Agard reflects on the week that saw him collect five trophies, Tom Hitchcock talks us through every second of his Goal of the Season and Ryan Jenkinson of Reverend and the Makers takes us through his journey of following the Millers from Millmoor to New York Stadium and Wembley whilst on the road.
Former Miller and Preston North End defender Colin Murdock gives us his insight into both camps and reflects on the first leg, whilst Guy Branston undertakes the “Me and My Teammates” quiz with some popular answers. Two players who do get a mention from Brano are Mike Pollitt and Alan Lee, who are also featured in Breck’s Buddies as he tells us of how they were signed ahead of their appearance in the lounge on the night of the game.
As well as a picture spread on the annual End of Season gala dinner in association with Hornbuckle Mitchell, the players select their “Alternative” end of season winners, including ‘worst tweeter’ and ‘worst celebration’. The staff haven’t escaped either, as the coaches and Manager have selected their 23-man England squad who they’d take to the World Cup with some surprising inclusions and even more surprising reasoning, and there is a four-page special on the stalwarts who are all retiring after the Millers’ play-off campaign concludes.
One of whom, Sheffield Star reporter Les Payne gives us his Top Five Rotherham United games he’s reported on (six if you include both wins against Sheffield Wednesday), and there’s a special pictorial spread of Frankie Fryer’s visit to New York plus so much more.
Programmes will be available from all the usual outlets around the ground.