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Millers Birthdates 1-7 January

Millers Birthdates 1-7 January

Here is a list of Post-War Millers born this week in history, plus a career profile of one.

1st-7th January.

1st Martin Woods 1986

2nd Andy O'Dell 1963
2nd William Flynn 1927

3rd Kevin Watson 1974
3rd Barry Cowdrill 1957

4th Bobby Mitchell 1957

5th Bill Thompson 1940
5th Paul Blades 1956

6th Dick Habbin 1949

7th Ken Williams 1927
7th Jock Quairney 1927
7th Martin Scott 1968
7th Neil Whitworth 1972
7th Grant Leadbitter 1976

Featured player
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RICHARD LEONARD HABBIN
Born: Cambridge, 6 January, 1949
Career:
Reading 3/69;
Rotherham United 1/75;
Doncaster Rovers 9/77
A skilful front player, Dick had a superb start to his career at Rotherham United who he joined after playing over 200 league games for Reading.
From the beginning of February 1975, he played in all the remaining games when his scoring return of one goal every two games helped the Millers to win promotion from Division Four.
That proved to be his most successful spell as a striker and he subsequently was played as a midfield provider or wide man on the right with his goals becoming a much more precious commodity.
1974/75: League apps 21 goals 10
1975/76: League apps 40 goals 7 Cup apps 4
1976/77: League apps 17+4 goals 2 Cup apps 3
1977/78: League app 1+1 Cup app 1

Millers career record 92 apps 19 goals


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Date:Tuesday January 2 2007
Time: 5:47PM

Comments

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Happy 20th to Woody for yesterday, pity we couldnt celebrate it better.
zipadeedoodah
02/01/2007 17:51:00
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and from me too. Pity he didn't get on the score sheet.
herringthorpe
02/01/2007 17:54:00
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Woods is showing us what Knilly saw in him when he signed him IN THE SUMMER
Mexbro miller
02/01/2007 17:59:00
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happy birthday to all
miller4life
02/01/2007 18:20:00
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