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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans is happy to have (finally) captured latest loanee Miles Addison.

The Millers Boss first tried to sign the twenty-four year old centre-back in the summer but Bournemouth said 'no' but luckily for Rotherham Eddie Howe has changed his mind and Miles has arrived until the end of the season.

'Miles is a young man we first came across at Derby County when he broke into the side around the same time as Ben Pringle. He can play centre back, centre-mid and it was only two years ago that this young man was tipped to make the very top of the game. Between now and the summer we need to refocus him and I'm pleased he`s the first name that`s joined us this window,' Evans told the Official Site. 'He's a powerful, strong lad who will get his head on things and he is very good technically.

'By bringing Miles here we think we have strengthened what we already had here.'






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Date:Monday January 6 2014

Time: 1:26PM

 

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