Rotherham United - Millers Are Going Places?
UK time is: 22:21:27
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

Millers Are Going Places?

The Millers new boy Ritchie Partridge believes he has joined a club that is 'on the up'.

The 25-year-old winger, who started his career at Liverpool and was released by local rivals Sheffield Wednesday at the end of last season, has signed a two-year deal with Rotherham.

'I'm happy to be here. It's been a summer when I've had a couple of options but after speaking to the manager and the owners, this club seems to be the right one for me ' Partridge told the club's official website.

'It's certainly going in the right direction, we have some good young players and I'm sure we are on the up.'

Lets hope so Richie as we start off ten points adrift, so the sooner we can claw that deficit back the better it will be.

Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 2 2006

Time: 10:00PM

Your Comments (oldest first)

Change to most recent first
Looks like Knilly and the double D's have sold the club well.Lets hope your right Richie
Report Abuse
02/07/2006 22:05:00

" i hope we get off to a good start, otherwise it will be a long hard season"
Report Abuse
02/07/2006 22:06:00

Apparently, he likes to play just behind the front two - hve we got a front two?
Report Abuse
02/07/2006 22:44:00

" yes caz, the double ds are our strike force for the new season-lol"
Report Abuse
02/07/2006 22:45:00

welcome to millmoor Ritchie
Mexbro miller
Report Abuse
03/07/2006 13:24:00

hopefully now when some of the other players see the commitment that richie seems to be showing it will rub off and we will have a team thats commited enough to claw back the deficit and hopefully show passion and also a big welcome to richie
Report Abuse
03/07/2006 17:40:00

" agreed, and there should be some more signings this week"
Report Abuse
03/07/2006 20:15:00

hope your right richie....i think weve suffered enough this last 2 years.
Report Abuse
04/07/2006 21:05:00

i think you have got a hard long season ahead as where the dons will come back up hope u do well tho
the rodge
Report Abuse
05/07/2006 13:22:00

We Millers are made of sturdy stuff, we will survive.
Report Abuse
06/07/2006 01:39:00

From accrington stanley to Wycombe, thats a couple of places you'll be going. ;)
Report Abuse
06/07/2006 11:05:00


Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Rotherham United Articles

RUFC - Three Down But Plenty To Go? (Sunday October 4 2015)

Stats: Rotherham United v Burnley (Sunday October 4 2015)

RUFC - Black Praises Wonder Strike (Saturday October 3 2015)

RUFC - Caretaker Pleased With Players (Saturday October 3 2015)

Millers Lose In Front Of TV Cameras (Friday October 2 2015)

Millers v Clarets (Friday October 2 2015)

Archived Rotherham United Articles

List All Vital Rotherham Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

League Results (view all)

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
18. Huddersfield 10 2 4 4 -4 10
19. MK Dons 10 2 2 6 -5 8
20. Brentford 10 2 2 6 -7 8
21. Rotherham 10 2 2 6 -7 8
22. Bolton 10 1 5 4 -7 8
23. Preston 10 1 4 5 -6 7
24. Bristol City 10 1 4 5 -8 7

Rotherham United  Fixtures (view all)

Breaking League News

The Addicks deserved a Slice of Cottage Pie
Charlton : 04/10/2015 21:13:01
Reading beat Middlesbrough in top of the table clash
Reading : 04/10/2015 21:08:01
Vital Report - Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 Preston
Preston : 04/10/2015 19:55:00
RUFC - Three Down But Plenty To Go?
Rotherham : 04/10/2015 19:49:01
Rotherham : 04/10/2015 19:15:01

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Of the following candidates who would you like to be the next Millers Manager
Suggested By:  
Stuart Gray 3%
Neil Redfearn 8%
Darren Ferguson 2%
Ian Holloway 10%
Neil Warnock 4%
Phil Parkinson 0%
Brian McDermott 2%
Nigel Pearson 16%
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 33%
Paul Hurst 2%
Chris Wilder 0%
Billy Russell 0%
Gareth Ainsworth 2%
Other 18%