Evans wants fond farewell
Rotherham boss Steve Evans is determined to see his side bow out at Don Valley with a win.
The athletics stadium in Sheffield has been the Millers' home for the last four years following their departure from Millmoor when exiting administration in 2008, but they are returning to Rotherham next season to their purpose built 12,000-seater New York Stadium.
Don Valley has played an important role over the years, but the Millers, opposition teams or fans will be glad to see the back of it.
"It is never nice to go to there and play a football match," Evans said, ahead of the visit of Northampton. "But it has been an important part of Rotherham United's history because if they didn't have use of a facility like that the club might not be here today.
"The chairman said he had to take them out of Rotherham but promised he would bring them home and we're coming home to just the most magic facility imaginable.
"We want to finish Don Valley with a win and it's important we do our best to attain that."
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