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Played for both Millers + Forest

Here is a list of all Post-War players to play for both Rotherham United and Saturday's opponents Nottingham Forest, plus a career profile of one of them.

Walter Ardron
Eugen Bopp
Gary Bowyer
Ian Breckin
David Campbell
Stuart Cash
Paul Crichton
David Currie
Paul Evans
John Galley
Phil Gilchrist
Lee Glover
Alan Hill
Nigel Jemson
Barry Lyons
Colin Rawson
Gregor Robertson
Vance Warner

Featured Player
...............

NIGEL BRADLEY JEMSON
Born: Preston, 10 October, 1969
Career:
Preston North End 6/87;
Nottingham Forest 3/88;
Bolton Wanderers (L) 12/88;
Preston North End (L) 3/89;
Sheffield Wednesday 9/91;
Grimsby Town (L) 9/93;
Notts County 9/94;
Watford (L) 1/95;
Rotherham United (L) 2/96;
Oxford United 7/96;
Bury 2/98;
Ayr United 1/00;
Shrewsbury Town 7/00
There is no doubt that even though he was only at Rotherham United for a relatively short time, Nigel's name is firmly etched in the club's history books because he scored both goals in the Millers' 2-1 win at Wembley against Shrewsbury Town in the Auto Windscreens Shield final on April 14th,1996.
He had had a host of clubs before his arrival at Millmoor where he showed his goal scoring touch with nine goals in 19 games.
In addition to the two goals in the final, he netted a double in the second leg of the area final of that competition at Carlisle United who were beaten 2-0.

Rotherham Appearences
1995/96:
League Apps 16 Goals 5
Cup Apps 3 Goals 4

Forest league record
1988/91:
Apps 47 Goals 13

Career league record
1987/2003:
Apps 420 Goals 109







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The Journalist

Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 15 2006

Time: 7:43AM

Your Comments

Jemmo, most influential Millers loan signing until last years saviour Quinny. Arise Sir Nigel Jemson.
zipadeedoodah
What a legend Zippy!
rybel_b
wish we had jemmo and the goat for saturdays game
Mexbro miller
Wally Ardron is a forest legend and so for that matter is Jemmo. Good research Zippy.
wemaybefamousagain
Zip is our legend on here, wemaybefamousagain!
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