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Millers Nostalgia Night

Millers Nostalgia Night

Former Rotherham United manager, Jim McAnearney is the guest speaker at the Rotherham United Nostalgia Society tomorrow evening. This will take place at The Prince Of Wales, Masborough at 8.30 pm.

Jim McAnearney took over as boss in 1968 from Tommy Docherty. He was there for nearly five years, but stepped down in 1973 after the team were relegated to the old Fourth Division.


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday March 7 2007
Time: 7:51PM

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Jimmy Mc had just taken over as manager when I started to go to Millmoor
herringthorpe
07/03/2007 19:54:00
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Sorry never heard of him, was he any good ?
Mexbro miller
07/03/2007 20:00:00
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Well, yes, spect he was. His brother was more famous as a player, I believe, Tom McAnearney.
herringthorpe
07/03/2007 20:30:00
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ooops thats who i thought they were on about if i'm not mistaken when jim mc stepped down didn't jimmy mcguigan (sorry can't spell today )take over ...???
miller4life
08/03/2007 07:56:00
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That's right 4life he did - but I can't remember who took over when he left, but I do think he can't have been doing very well because the kop as a whole kept singing 'Jimmy Mac, when are you coming back.'
herringthorpe
08/03/2007 10:47:00
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