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Rotherham United meet up with a former captain tomorrow at Don Valley as Crawley Town make their first visit.

Pablo Mills spent four years with the Millers, joining from Derby County in the summer of 2006. Making nearly one hundred and fifty appearances for the club and being skipper for a season, Pabs left for Crawley in August last year, having had a loan spell with them three years earlier.

Last season he made thirty-eight appearances for the Red Devils, scoring three goals. He was injured for the beginning of this season and has only just got back to playing and he will be hoping that tomorrow is his fifth game of the season.

Speaking to The Advertiser, Pabs said, 'It`s a special team we`ve got here and a great group of lads.

'The injury has been a problem and there are times when it`s hard and you don`t think you`re getting anywhere when you`re just in the gym but you have to keep working and striving and now I want to get back into the team, stay there and, hopefully, take us all the way to promotion.`

I`m quite sure that tomorrow, when Pabs takes the field, there will be a rendition of 'Pablo Mills My Lord` from the Millers fans.


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Date:Friday November 25 2011

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