Chairman set to be favouring New York theme

03 November 2011 12:55
It's receiving much debate at the moment on our messageboards, and reports seem to favour the Millers new stadium taking a flavour of the big apple.

Chairman Tony Stewart has been considering the name of the new £20million stadium, which lays on a part of land named after one of America's famous states, on the Guest and Chrimes site.

Rumbleings this week have been that Stewart and his board of directors are very close to finalising the naming rights, which boasts an old town link to present-day New York - their cast-iron fire hydrants were made at the former Guest and Chrimes foundry.

Thus, the New York Foundry has been a much discussed name, but this news has seen mixed reaction with MillersMAD users.

What do you think? Join in the debate on the boards, it's getting lively

Meanwhile, the Steelwork continues to be erected and progress at the site is going to schedule.