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RUFC - Millers Best Ever Comeback?

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 30 2011

Time: 4:34PM

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Come on - what do you think the best ever comeback for the Millers was? There are a lot of you out there who have younger brains than me!
herringthorpe
Come on - what do you think the best ever comeback for the Millers was? There are a lot of you out there who have younger brains than me!
herringthorpe
ZIPADEEDOODAH gave us this one ... For me it has to be 1995-96 League Cup first round tie with Scunny. We lost the first leg 4-1 at Glanford Park (goal from Andy Hayward) and then walloped the Iron 5-0 in the return match at Millmoor,(Goater 2, Hayward, McGlashan and Jeffrey) to set up a 2nd round glamour tie with Premier League Middlesborough. Only 2,206 witnessed the Millmoor game, many probably assuming the tie was dead and buried.
herringthorpe
ZIPADEEDOODAH gave us this one ... For me it has to be 1995-96 League Cup first round tie with Scunny. We lost the first leg 4-1 at Glanford Park (goal from Andy Hayward) and then walloped the Iron 5-0 in the return match at Millmoor,(Goater 2, Hayward, McGlashan and Jeffrey) to set up a 2nd round glamour tie with Premier League Middlesborough. Only 2,206 witnessed the Millmoor game, many probably assuming the tie was dead and buried.
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