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RUFC - The Players who have been released

RUFC - The Players who have been released

Rotherham United have released six players today, as Manager, Ronnie Moore says he thinks it's time for a change.

Here is a little about the released players

Drewe Broughton - striker Drewe was first out of the door this morning and has signed for League Two rivals Lincoln City. Being used mainly at Rotherham off the subs bench, Drewe has had his fair share of clubs in his years as a professional footballer, including MK Dons, Rushden and Diamonds, Peterborough, Brentford and Norwich. His time with Rotherham was plagued with injuries and in his fifty-five appearances for the club he scored nine goals.

Pablo Mills - Pabs joined the Millers from Derby County in the summer of 2006 and has a varied career with the Millers. Playing in central defence he allegedly came back for pre-season in the summer of 2007 overweight and was immediately sent out on loan to Crawley Town, where he stayed for three months. He came back and signed a two year extension to his contract and, last season, then Manager, Mark Robins, made him captain of the team.

Micky Cummins - Micky began his career at Middlesbrough then went on to play for Port Vale and Darlington before joining the Millers in May 2008. The former U21 Republic of Ireland International has played nearly fifty games for the Millers scoring five goals but has been unable to hold down a place in the team.

Andy Nicholas - joined the Millers from Swindon Town in August 2008 but has recently been out on loan with Mansfield Town. He's played just twenty-six games for Rotherham.

Andy Liddell - started his career at South Yorkshire neighbours, Barnsley before moving to Wigan, Sheffield United and Oldham Athletic. In July 2009 he was going to join Bradford Park Avenue but the Millers came in for him with an initial month`s deal which then turned to a year. Due to injuries, Andy hasn't had much time to shine with the Millers, managing just two games.

David Haggerty - David has been captain of the Reserves after coming through the Youth system at Rotherham. David is a tall defender who I personally thought should have been given more chances than the one game against Barnet, when he came off the bench, in the last ever game at Millmoor.

Vital Rotherham wishes all the players Good Luck in their future.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday June 2 2010
Time: 5:24PM

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Hopefully Broughton'll be your loss and our gain, although I'm not completely sure he's the sort of player we should bank on firing us to success.
BrownImp
05/06/2010 00:36:00
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