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March 20th in Millers history

March 20th in Millers history

A very impressive return of results for the Millers on March 20th, with 9 wins and 3 draws from 14 games.

One of the 2 defeats however was last time out at Gillingham in 2004.
2 early goals from Ashby (15 minutes) and Sidibe (19) earned the points for the Gills.

A quick look back and you will see one of the most famous results in Millers history.
25 years ago today was the 4-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, which gave Rotherham a 10-1 'aggregate' for the season following the 6-0 win at Millmoor the previous October.
Goalscorers at Chelsea were Ronnie Moore 2, Billy McEwan and Tony Towner in front of 11,900 fans.
That night Rotherham were placd 4th in Division 2 , while Chelsea were in 13th.

Another result what will stand out, was the 1-0 victory over rivals Sheffield Wednesday in 1976 at Millmoor.
Dick Habbin scoring the only goal in front of 13,500 fans at a joyous Millmoor.

1926 D3N Coventry City H W 2-1
1937 D3N Tranmere Rovers H W 3-1
1948 D3N Wrexham A W 3-1
1954 DIV2 Hull City H W 3-2
1964 DIV2 Charlton Athletic H W 5-0
1965 DIV2 Newcastle United H D 1-1
1971 DIV3 Bradford City H D 1-1
1976 DIV3 Sheffield Wednesday H W 1-0
1982 DIV2 Chelsea A W 4-1
1984 DIV3 Brentford A L 1-2
1990 DIV3 Fulham H W 2-1
1999 LD3 Peterborough United H D 2-2
2001 LD2 Wycombe Wanderers A W 1-0
2004 LD1 Gillingham A L 0-2


Played 14,
Won 9,
Drawn 3,
Lost 2,
For 29,
Against 15

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Date:Tuesday March 20 2007
Time: 8:52AM

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That is one season i will never for get the most memorable games ever v chelski and when you speak to some allegedly true blue supporters they deny that it ever happened
miller4life
20/03/2007 13:54:00
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