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Pablo Signs For The Millers.

Another day and another signing, this morning 22year old defender Pablo Mills has signed for Rotherham United, he was born in Birmingham he started as a trainee at Derby County and went on to play 63 games for the Rams before his contract expired in May.

Last season saw him loaned out to Milton Keynes where he played 17 times he then moved on loan to Walsall in early February and stayed there for the remainder of the season.

Pablo becomes Alan Knills sixth signing and we all at Vital Rotherham wish him all the best




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Date:Tuesday July 11 2006

Time: 3:44PM

Your Comments

ahh...he's alright, shame he played for the sheepsha**ers lol good luck in staying up this season...
wallis
I think we're all a lot more hopeful now, Wallis, with all the new signings. Hope you have a fruitful time with us Pablo.
herringthorpe
looks like we are really going to give it a go this season on paper this is our best squad for a few years one moore striker and who knows
mvmiller
welcome aboard pablo show us what you can do and good luck hopefully if we get maybe onemore player we will be seen as a threat and not a passing joke
miller4life
a good striker with a decent goals per game ratio and i think we,ll be complete, and ready for the assault on the 10 point deficit. well done to the management team for licking the squad back into shape. the very best of luck pablo.
zipadeedoodah
he played well for the dons but just dnt let him take a penalty
the rodge
" good luck pablo- go for it"
millers4eva
hope he's a good buy for you - just not when you play us please :D
cherry_brandy
" all the reports are that he is a quality player, time will tell"
millers4eva
 

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