Date:Tuesday March 6 2007
The following players have played for both Rotherham United and Saturday's opponents Port Vale.
Alan Lee (born August 21, 1978 in Galway) is a professional footballer for Coca Cola Championship club Ipswich Town. He also plays internationally for the Republic of Ireland.
He plays as a striker and is 6'3' foot tall. He began his career as a trainee with Aston Villa, turning professional in August 1995, although never made the first team at Villa Park. His league debut came after joining Torquay United on loan in November 1998, scoring 3 times in 9 games. In March 1999 he joined Port Vale on loan, leaving Villa in July that year when Burnley signed him for £200,000. He moved to Rotherham United for £150,000 in September 2000, scoring 36 times in 114 games for the Millmoor side. In August 2003 he moved to Cardiff City for a fee of £850,000, just days after impressing Cardiff manager Lennie Lawrence in a goalless draw on the opening day of the season.
In January 2006, Lee joined Ipswich Town for a mere £100,000. He scored his second career hat-trick in a 5-0 win against Luton on 29th October 2006.
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