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Vital Rotherham Man of the Month - January

Vital Rotherham Man of the Month - January

Vital Rotherham United postees have voted striker, Ryan Taylor as Player of the Month for January.

In the seven games the twenty-two year old played in January he scored five goals, helping the Millers to nine points throughout the month. He scored two goals in the five-nil win over Port Vale at Don Valley on New Years Day and got the Millers a valuable point in the last minute of the game at Stockport. He scored two more goals against Stockport at Don Valley, where the Millers were four-nil victors.

He was voted Man of the Match for both games against Stockport and also for the game against Port Vale.

Well Done Ryan!

Other winners during January were:

NICK FENTON v Macclesfield
DALE TONGE v Southend
ANDY WARRINGTON v Wycombe
JAMIE GREEN v Stevenage.


The Man of the Match Table

1. ANDY WARRINGTON
2. RYAN TAYLOR
3. MARCUS MARSHALL
4. KEVIN ELLISON
5. EXODUS GEOHAGHON
5. NICK FENTON
7. NICKY LAW
8. RYAN CRESSWELL
9. JASON TAYLOR
9. ADAM LE FONDRE
11. TOM POPE
11. TOM NEWEY
13. TOM ELLIOTT
14. JOHNNY MULLINS
14. JAMIE ANNERSON
16. DALE TONGE
16. JAMIE GREEN
18. PAUL WARNE
18. DANNY COID
20. DANNY HARRISON
20. MARK BRADLEY
22. DEAN HOLDEN
22. LUKE ASHWORTH



Thanks to all who vote in our Man of the Match poll. There is a poll after every game so please keep voting and for those who haven`t done so yet, it`s really easy!

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday February 7 2011
Time: 12:00PM

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