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Rotherham Vital Player of the Month for January

Rotherham Vital Player of the Month for January

Once again, January brought more postponed games for Rotherham United and, in fact, the Millers were only involved in three games.

And, we've actually got a three-way tie for the player for the first month of 2010.

Goal Machine, Adam Le Fondre was voted the Man of the Match for our loss at Don Valley to Darlington.

The Man of the Match for our win over Grimsby at Don Valley went to new boy Gavin Gunning.

And, our win over Chesterfield went to captain, Ian Sharps, with goalscorer, Tom Pope in second place.

Thanks to all who vote - every vote counts towards the Player of the Season Trophy.

The Vital Rotherham 2009/10 Player of the Season Table stands like this at the moment....

1. KEVIN ELLISON
2. ADAM LE FONDRE
3. ANDY WARRINGTON
4. NICKY LAW
5. IAN SHARPS
6. PABLO MILLS
7. TOM POPE
8. ANDY NICHOLAS
9. DANNY HARRISON
9. STEPHEN BROGAN
9. GAVIN GUNNING
12. PAUL WARNE
12. DALE TONGE
12. DREWE BROUGHTON
12. GARY ROBERTS
16. JAMIE GREEN
16. MICKY CUMMINS
16. ANDY LIDDELL
16. NICK FENTON
16. RYAN TAYLOR
16. MARC JOSEPH



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Sunday January 31 2010
Time: 11:01AM

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