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RUFC - Millers Stats 2011/12

With the new season just around the corner let's have a quick look at a few of last season's stats.

Throughout the 2011/12 season, Manager Andy Scott and then Steve Evans used 33 players between them - Ed note: I was sure it was a lot more than this

Of those thirty-three players, Alex Revell made the most appearances which was 39 with Lewis Grabban and Jason Taylor making just one less. The most appearances off the bench was Chris Holroyd as he came on 9 times as sub.

Lewis Grabban was top scorer with 21 goals. Alex Revell scored 11, Gareth Evans got 7 while Adam Le Fondre (who left for Reading on August 27th), Ryan Cresswell and Ben Pringle scored 4 goals. Sean Harrad made eight appearances while on loan from Bury and bagged 3 goal with Jaybo, Danny Harrison, Brett Williams (who had a loan spell from Reading), Sam Hoskins (on loan from Chelsea) and Johnny Mullins scored 2 goals. Danny Schofield, Keiron Cadogan (loanee from Crystal Palace), Marcus Marshall, Chris Holroyd, Mark Bradley and Troy Brown all pitched in with one goal.

Lewis Grabban... had 49 shots on target and 45 off target
Gareth Evans...... had 41 shots on target and 38 off target
Alex Revell......... had 32 shots on target and 42 off target
Jason Taylor........ had 15 shots on target and 22 off target

The person with most assists last season was Danny Schofield followed by Gareth Evans and Danny Harrison.

On the discipline front five Millers' players saw red cards - Danny Schofield, Michael Raynor, Tom Newey, Ryan Cresswell and Guy Branston (on loan from Bradford City).
The person with most yellow cards was Danny Schofield who clocked up seven.
Most fouls committed came from Danny Harrison.

The Millers finished tenth in League Two and winning eighteen games - twelve at Don Valley and six away. The Millers drew nine games playing away and four at Don Valley while they lost seven on home soil and eight away. Rotherham scored sixty-seven goals and let sixty-three in during the season all of this leading to sixty-seven points, twenty-six less than the champions Swindon Town and five less than Crewe who were the last team in the play-off places. The Millers had thirty points more than bottom placed Macclesfield.

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Date:Monday June 11 2012

Time: 7:52AM

 

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