Tony happy with clubs progression

21 December 2012 04:39
On and off the pitch, Millers chairman Tony Stewart tells the Advertiser that he's happy with the way the club is progressing.

Speaking to the Advertiser Tony said “I am seeing players now with the individual ability, agility and skills I have not seen in my time at Rotherham. The same goes for the type of football we are playing."

“It's a tribute to the manager and the backroom staff that we have players who do not only have the ability to play, but the energy and work ethic as well. They are really putting in a good shift."

“Our gates have more than doubled, which is fantastic for the football club and proves that the investment is working.” he added.

Tony gave Steve Evans praise for his off field work; “He actively gets involved in the community, in hospice and education. He has been tremendous. The guy puts a lot of time into football and yet he still finds time to go into the community and he needs to be recognised for that,"

Source: MillersMAD.