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RUFC - Another Meet And Greet Today At The New York Stadium

RUFC - Another Meet And Greet Today At The New York Stadium

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Rotherham United are having another 'meet and greet' session this afternoon (Thursday) at the Red and White shop at the New York Stadium.

Manager Paul Warne and Goalkeeping Coach Mike Pollitt will be there from 1.30pm to sign autographs and have 'photo's taken - and knowing Warney there will be time for a good old chat too!

Warney has been with the Millers for many years arriving from Wigan in 1999 when he went on to play around two hundred and fifty times. He re-joined Rotherham in 2009 finally hanging up his boots in May 2012 going on to join the back room staff becoming Fitness Coach.

When Kenny Jackett left Warney was happy to take over as 'caretaker' Manager before being offered the job full-time at the beginning of this month.

Mike Pollitt joined the Millers in 1998 soon becoming the 'number one' 'keeper. He stayed a couple of years and left for near neighbours Chesterfield before returning to Rotherham in 2001 where he registered the highest number of clean sheets (seventy-seven) in the club's history.

Mike joined the backroom staff at the New York Stadium in January as Goalkeeping Coach.

So go along and have a natter to two of the former players who are playing a big part again with Rotherham United.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday April 20 2017
Time: 7:05AM

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