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RUFC - King Ronnie is Back

RUFC - King Ronnie is Back

It is understood that Rotherham United will announce that Ronnie Moore is to be the new manager tomorrow.

Ronnie is no stranger to Rotherham fans having been at the club both as a player and manager. He joined the Millers in 1980, becoming an instant cult hero after scoring twenty-three goals in his first season, which helped guide the team to the League Three title. He left in 1984 but returned in May 1997 as Manager. In each of the six seasons he managed the Millers they bettered their position in the league which included two successive promotions.

In March 2005 he took over at Oldham Athletic leaving a year later. Ronnie was only out of work a few days when he was appointed manager of Tranmere where he got them to within spitting distance of the play-offs at the end of last season, only to be sacked due to 'falling attendances.`

It is also understood that ex-Miller Jimmy Mullen will be his number two.

Everyone at Vital Rotherham welcomes Ronnie back to the hot seat.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday September 24 2009
Time: 4:05PM

Comments

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He was top of Vital Rotherham's 'want' poll
herringthorpe
24/09/2009 16:21:00
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...and he played in that charity match a couple of seasons ago, with the Chuckle Brothers, and had to off with a twisted sock, lol!!!
rybel_b
24/09/2009 16:34:00
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at least jimmy mullen is a good appointment
mvmiller
24/09/2009 16:45:00
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let`s wait and see on this one as i need to be convinced it`s not a backward step
mexbro miller
24/09/2009 17:00:00
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I'm a bit with Mex on this one - wait and see, but we have to give him time. And Jimmy Mullen I think will be good too - like his on the floor footy
herringthorpe
24/09/2009 17:40:00
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