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RUFC - Richie Back On Emergency Loan

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Rotherham United have signed midfielder Richie Smallwood on an emergency loan from Middlesbrough.

The twenty-three year old was with the Millers from January until the Wembley Play-Off Final where he scored in the penalty shoot-out.

Millers Boss Steve Evans has signed Richie as cover for the injured Rob Milsom and is hoping, eventually, to get him on a permanent deal.

It isn't known if Richie will have actually signed in time to play in this evening's game at the New York Stadium against Watford.

All at Vital Rotherham welcome Richie back to the Millers.






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Date:Tuesday August 19 2014

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