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Played for both Swansea + Rotherham

The following are post-war players to play for Rotherham and Saturday's opponents Swansea.

Graham Brown
David Carver
Les Chappell
Tony Cullen
Neil Cutler
Dave Gwyther
Phil Henson
Emlyn Hughes
Alan Knill
Tommy Tynan

FEATURED PLAYER
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DAVID JEFFREY ANDREW GWYTHER
Born: Birmingham, 6 December, 1948
Career: Swansea City 3/66; Halifax Town 8/73; Rotherham United 2/76; Newport County 12/79; Crewe Alexandra (L) 1/82; Newport County (N/C) 3/85
When he finally retired, Dave was just two short of 600 league appearances. A strong, all action centre forward, he was a handful for any defence and in his time at Millmoor he forged a great understanding and partnership with his fellow striker Trevor Phillips.
His goal tally might have been better but his all round team work and willingness to run all day helped to provide plenty of goals for those around him. He gained two caps at Wales under 23 level.
Good in the air, he possessed a particularly good shot in his left foot.
1975/76: League apps 15 goals 3
1976/77: League apps 46 goals 11 Cup apps 6 goal 1
1977/78: League apps 39 goals 8 Cup apps 5 goals 4
1978/79: League apps 41 goals 13 Cup apps 10 goals 5
1979/80: League apps 21 goals 10 Cup apps 6

Total Millers league apps = 162
Total Millers league goals = 45

Total Swansea League apps = 217
Total Swansea League goals = 59

Career League apps = 598
Career League goals = 159





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Date:Monday December 18 2006

Time: 2:05PM

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Tony Cullen, only 3 games for the Millers but ill love him forever (not in a puffy way...lol) just for that 90th minute winner at Brentford. Our first away win of the season 1990-91 which didnt come till February....A classic Millers moment for me.
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Knill split loyalty?
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