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RUFC - Ex Miller on Move

One of the players who Rotherham United Manager, Mark Robins, let go at the end of the season, Marc Newsham has joined Boston United this week.

Marc was a product of the Rotherham United Youth system, making his debut against Accrington Stanley in the Football League Trophy in March 2005, scoring his first goal for the Millers in October of that year.

Although signing a new one year deal in May 2008, Marc was on loan for most of last season, firstly with Gainsborough Trinity and then with Ilkeston Town.

Marc has joined Boston who are managed by his former teammates at Rotherham, Paul Hurst and Rob Scott.

All at Vital want to wish Marc all the best for his future




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Date:Wednesday June 17 2009

Time: 9:41AM

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