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RUFC - Rhodes Signs for Millers

RUFC - Rhodes Signs for Millers

Rotherham United have, this afternoon, signed Alex Rhodes.

Alex, twenty-six, who was released at the end of last season by Bradford City, has signed a one year deal for the Millers.

The speedy striker was born in Cambridge and started his career with Newmarket Town before signing for Brentford for £10,000 in November 2003.

While at Brentford he went on loan to Swindon Town and Grays Athletic and signed for Bradford City, originally on a short term contract, at the start of last season before making it a season long contract. He played thirty games starting just eleven for the West Yorkshire side scoring three goals - one against the Millers!

Stats
Position - Striker
Nationality - English
Height - 5'9'
Weight - 10st 4lbs


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday June 26 2008
Time: 4:42PM

Comments

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who he has a shot like mark rhodes, especially the one he put away against sheff utd
millers4eva
26/06/2008 17:22:00
0
o/s says a one year deal ???
Mexbro miller
26/06/2008 17:38:00
0
Well, it didn't earlier on. I'll change it.
herringthorpe
26/06/2008 18:32:00
0
I can confirm it said 2 years when I read it on the OS Caz.
rybel_b
26/06/2008 20:41:00
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So was it a typo or has he decided a year will be enough!!!
herringthorpe
26/06/2008 23:10:00
0
Never heard of him
Johnny Kipper
28/06/2008 09:36:00
0
He's moved around a lot! Another smallish forward, I often think clubs do well in this Division who have a big target man.
dazza71
28/06/2008 16:49:00
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