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Rotherham United Nostalgia Society

Rotherham United Nostalgia Society will be holding their monthly meeting this evening (Thursday, 8th September) at The Green Dragon, Kimberworth.

This month the guest speaker will be Nick Daws.

Nick has been involved with the Millers since 2001 leaving to join Barnsley with former Rotherham Manager, Mark Robins. Nick joined the Millers from Bury and played over eighty games before moving on loan to Grimsby Town. He retired from playing in 2005 and then joined then coaching staff at Millmoor, becoming a Fitness Coach under Ronnie Moore. He carried on doing the same job under Mick Harford and then became First Team Coach under Alan Knill and Mark Robins.

All are welcome to the meeting this evening which begins at 8 pm and questions will be welcome.






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Date:Thursday September 8 2011

Time: 9:08AM

 

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