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RUFC - NPower League Two Team of the Week

RUFC - NPower League Two Team of the Week

Rotherham United have two players in the NPower League Two Team of the Week for the weekend win over Oxford United at Don Valley.

Midfielder, Marcus Marshall who was also the sponsors' Man of the Match at the game and top goal scorer, Adam Le Fondre are in the team.

Twenty-one year old Marcus joined the Millers in the summer from Blackburn Rovers after impressing while on loan last season. Marcus was chosen by Rotherham Vital and Millers Mad to receive the Mitch Cassell 'Believe' Trophy at the end of last season, which goes to the most promising young player of the season.

Alfie is the Football League's top scorer so far this season with fifteen league goals, getting two in the game on Saturday. He joined the Millers from Rochdale in August 2009 and fast became a fans' favourite.

The Npower League Two Team is

Bull - Wycombe

Nsiala - Macclesfield
Mohsni - Southend
Swaibu - Lincoln
Williams - Stockport

MARSHALL - Millers
Ryan - Accrington Stanley
Byrne - Barnet
Betsy - Wycombe

LE FONDRE - Millers
Barnett - Macclesfield



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday November 15 2010
Time: 4:59PM

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Well done, Marcus and Alfie!
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15/11/2010 17:09:00
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