McMillan and Greene extend deals

2014 Sligo Rovers season tickets go on sale today as Evan McMillan and Aaron Greene extend their contracts with the club.
McMillan, who revealed he turned down an approach from a former club, made 36 appearances in his first season with Rovers. 
Greene, who had an equally impressive season upon his return to The Showgrounds, signs on for 2014 after 83 games thus far. 
For the first time the club will be introducing a gold season ticket, where supporters will be able to reserve a seat in the main stand throughout the Sligo Rovers campaign. 
Adult, concession and student adult ticket tickets prices remain unchanged once again and the club’s schools and Super Red tickets offer stunning value once for the club’s young supporters.
The Sligo Rovers season ticket is also getting a makeover through TicketGroup with the credit card style designed to commemorate the 2013 FAI Cup win. 
There are now 15 outlets to purchase Sligo Rovers season tickets. 
In Sligo Town, Colleary’s Menswear, Barton Smith’s and The Showgrounds offices will be designated sale points. 
County Sligo supporters will be able to purchase tickets in Tighes (Ballymote), Lavin‘s (Ballymote), Tansey’s Supermarket (Gurteen), Gillespies (Tubbercurry), Connacht Gold Co-Op and Colleary’s in Beltra.
Bit o’ Red fans in Roscommon can purchase tickets in Grennan Electrical in Boyle. 
Leitrim-based fans can available of these special early bird prices in John Lowe’s in Carrick on Shannon.
The growing number of Rovers fans in Mayo will be able to call on Gerry Kenny Sports for Rovers season tickets.
In Donegal, Bundoran Meats and Brian Campbell Meats in Ballyshannon is your home for Rovers tickets in the Tir Conaill county.
Sligo Rovers season tickets prices early bird prices, available until before Christmas: 
Gold season ticket: €270
Adult season ticket: €200
Student ticket: €120
OAP: €120
Schoolboy: €60
Super Reds (under 12s): €40
Sales begin this Wednesday 20 November. Add Gold options to concession or children's tickets for €70. 
Ian Baraclough said on defender McMillan re-signing: “Evan can be a voice in the team. He wanted to repay the faith the club has shown in him by committing for this season. 
“Everything about his life is taken care of because of how the club operates and he wanted to reward that. 
“There was lots of competition at the heart of the defence over the course of 2013. 
“While Gavin Peers has an injury, nothing is guaranteed. All of the players have to show why they should be in the team and involved.  
“Evan is also very efficient. I’m not adverse to using him in attack if the situation arises. It’s important to have continuity in the squad and not make wholesale changes. 
“He is another player where 2014 is a big season and I think he’ll be a huge asset to us. 
The Rovers boss was full of praise for Greene who will have a third season at The Showgrounds. 
“Aaron has settled here with his family and that takes loyalty and commitment to the football side of his life. He is here to do the best he can for Sligo Rovers and that is what I expect from players. 
“He know he needs a run of games that his plays deserves. He should be striving for the level of performance we saw at times in 2013 in every game next season. 
“I believe he can be among the top players in the League of Ireland. He can cover three different areas, I think he has the attributes to be an excellent striker as well as on the left side. 
“The goal in Tallaght on the final day of the season showed his ability as a front man, linking and finish with aplomb. He can cause all sorts of problems and has a really good attitude so he’s another excellent addition.”

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