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Played for both, Millers + Spireites

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

Carl Airey
Kevin Arnott
David Bentley
Alan Birch
Ian Breckin
Tony Brien
Jamal Campbell-Ryce
Darren Carr
Stuart Cash
Steve Cherry
Alan Crawford
Richard Dawson
Mark Dempsey
Steve Downes
Kevin Eley
Rodney Fern
Bobby Foster
Mick Gooding
Des Hazel
Jon Howard
Jamie Ingledow
Keith Kettleborough
Nicky Law
Junior McDougald
Billy McEwan
Tommy McGoldrick
Billy Mercer
Robert Moore
Andy Morris
Carl Muggleton
Gordon Owen
Mike Pollitt
David Pugh
John Seasman
Paul Shaw
Trevor Slack
Brian Slater
Steve Spooner
Alan Stevenson
Ken Tiler
Phil Walker
Dennis Warner
Neil Warnock
Ian Wilson

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

RODNEY ALAN FERN
Born: Burton, 13 December, 1948
Career:
Leicester City 12/66;
Luton Town 6/72;
Chesterfield 6/75;
Rotherham United 6/79
When he moved to Rotherham United as a replacement for Trevor Phillips, Rodney had already proved to be a regular goalscorer having netted 32 league goals for Leicester City while his 54 goals for Chesterfield came from 152 league appearances.
He didn't the net quite so frequently in his first season at Millmoor but in his second, he played a major role in helping the team to win the Division Three title hitting the winning goal in the last match of the season against Plymouth Argyle to clinch the crown. On four occasions he scored the vital goal to give Rotherham a 1-0 away win.
Then he maintained a good scoring ratio again the following season when his 13 goals included a hat-trick in a 6-0 demolition of Chelsea
1979/80: League apps 37 goals 5 Cup apps 7 goals 3
1980/81: League apps 28 goals 11 Cup apps 3
1981/82: League apps 26+2 goals 13 Cup apps 4 goals 2
1982/83: League apps 7+5 goals 5 Cup app 1

Chesterfield League record..152 apps 54 goals

Rotherham League record..105 apps 34 goals

Career League record..445 apps 124 goals




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Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 9 2007

Time: 12:49PM

Your Comments

Anybody who doesn't know, the main picture is Carl Muggleton. Hero of our penalty win over Wigan on our way to Wembley in 95-96. Also played in the 7-0 thrashing at Wrexham. Zero to Hero.
zipadeedoodah
I'd forgotten about Neil Warnock Zippy, maybe he's still really a Millers fan, and that's why he loans us players!
rybel_b
Is this the most players that have ever played for us and another team?
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