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Cochrane Signs In.

Justin Cochrane has joined the Millers today on a two year deal from Crewe Alexandra. Justin is Rotherhams fifth new recruit with manager Alan Knill having already signed Delroy Facey, Richie Partridge, Scott Wiseman and Ian Sharps.

Other news today is that the Millers have arranged a friendly with Sunderland at Millmoor on Wednesday the 19th of July, with a 19.45 kick off.




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Date:Thursday July 6 2006

Time: 7:40PM

Your Comments

THE NEW SQUAD IS COMING ALONG NICELY. RE-NEWED OPTIMISM FOR THE SEASON.
zipadeedoodah
" come on you millers- ten points adrift? we will soon be in the top 4-lol"
millers4eva
you're getting stuck in the market, i see lol do you think you have a chance of going up?
wallis
" going up- you taking the mick? we start 10 points adrift"
millers4eva
perhaps he meant did we have a chance of staying up!
herringthorpe
Believe,we can do it,stay up I mean,lol
eebbee
just to stay up is going to be an acheivement this year but i believe we will be out of bottom 4 and around mid table by just after xmas period the first telling point of the season welcome aboard justin from all the millers
miller4life
We will stay up, the new players and the existing ones, will be out to prove themselves!
rybel_b
a good sign for our future is most of our signings choose to come to millmoor [evan with the -10points] over other clubs at least they want to be here
mvmiller
" Top signing, a couple more and we will be ok-infact we might suprise a few"
millers4eva
 

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