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Millers Birthday's January 15-21

Millers Birthday's January 15-21

The following is a list of all Post-War Millers born this week in history between January 15th and 21st, plus a career profile of one of them.

January 16th
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John Woodall 1949

January 18th
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Don Page 1964
Robin Hardy 1941

January 19th
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Gregor Robertson 1984
Andy Taylor 1973
Richard Dawson 1960

January 20th
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Jack Selkirk 1923

January 21st
.............

Roy Tunks 1951
Gerry Forrest 1957

Featured Player
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DONALD RICHARD PAGE
Born: Manchester, 18 January, 1964
Career:
Wigan Athletic 3/89;
Rotherham United 8/91;
Rochdale (L) 2/93;
Doncaster Rovers 11/93;
Chester City 7/94;
Scarborough 7/95
A whole-hearted and willing worker, striker Don formed a telling partnership with Tony Cunningham and the duo's 29 league goals provided a major factor in winning promotion from Division Four. Not the most elegant of performers, Don had a great turn of speed and his goals tally included a hat-trick in a 5-2 win at Barnet.
For most of the following season he was used as a substitute not making a start until he scored in a 1-1 draw at his former club, Wigan Athletic on February 13th, 1993. His other goal in that campaign also came in a 1-1 draw, this time at home to Fulham in early April.
1991/92: League apps 29+2 goals 11 Cup apps 6+1 goals 3
1992/93: League apps 11+13 goals 2 Cup apps 0+3

Millers League record...55 apps 13 goals

Career League record...222 apps 43 goals


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Date:Monday January 15 2007
Time: 7:35AM

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Happy 23rd to Gregor on Friday.
zipadeedoodah
15/01/2007 07:43:00
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a belated birthday present of a goal would be nice against Millwall, Gregor!
herringthorpe
15/01/2007 07:59:00
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