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RUFC - Vital Rotherham Player of the Year

ANDY WARRINGTON

Andy joined the Millers in the summer and soon became popular with all the fans.

Born in Sheffield, he started his career with York City before moving to Doncaster Rovers, where he became a fans favourite. Unfortunately, he broke his leg while playing in a Carling Cup game and after that he moved to Bury before signing for the Millers.

Providing he plays today, the 6'3' goalkeeper will have been ever present for Rotherham this season.

Andy won our award after a 'penalty shootout' decision had to be made! Along with Andy, two other players, Pablo Mills and Ian Sharps, whose home shirt we were pleased to sponsor this season, were all voted 'Man of the Match' six times. We asked all our registered posters to vote for who they thought should receive the award and Andy came out easily top in the end.

He got his Man of the Match votes for the games against Hereford, Sheffield Wednesday (Carling Cup), Wrexham, Darlington, MK Dons and Morecambe.

Well Done, Andy!

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday May 3 2008
Time: 9:24AM

Comments

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Does a good job week in week out , we gave ours to Paul Green
codbater
03/05/2008 10:24:00
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It was probably hard to except an ex Donny lad to start with but obviously his fantastic form won you all over. Well done Andy.
dazza71
03/05/2008 10:45:00
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The first time I saw him play was pre season against Burton - and I have to say I wasn't over impressed! But, he has made the number one shirt his and I hope he's here for a few more seasons! He made a brilliant acrobatic save yesterday.
herringthorpe
04/05/2008 13:35:00
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