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March 23rd in Millers history

March 23rd in Millers history

March 23rd has been a pretty productive day over the years for Rotherham United, with 6 wins and 5 draws from 13 games.

Last time out was in 2002, and one of the biggest gates at Millmoor in recent years (11,426) witnessed a 1-1 draw with Manchester City.
Alan Lee opening the scoring for Rotherham on the stroke of half time, only for Ali Bernarbia to pull one back for City on the hour mark.

Our last victory on this date was back in 1993, when 2 goals from Imre Varadi (1 pen) earned the points versus Bradford City at Millmoor.

The highest victory came in 1935 and a 4-1 win over York City.
Scorers were Dickenson 2, Reid and Roberts.

The 2 defeats were a 4-1 loss at Anfield in 1957, Roy Stevenson netting the Millers consolation.
Plus Doncaster Rovers last ever league victory at Millmoor in 1985.
Rovers winning 3-2 with goals from John Buckley, Ray Deans and Colin Douglas.
Rotherham's replies both scored by Mick Gooding.



1929 D3N Ashington H D 0-0
1935 D3N York City H W 4-1
1951 D3N Carlisle United A D 0-0
1957 DIV2 Liverpool A L 1-4
1963 DIV2 Portsmouth A W 2-1
1968 DIV2 Birmingham City H D 1-1
1970 DIV3 Torquay United H W 2-1
1974 DIV4 Stockport County A W 1-0
1985 DIV3 Doncaster Rovers H L 2-3
1991 DIV3 Fulham H W 3-1
1993 LD2 Bradford City H W 2-0
1996 LD2 Wycombe Wanderers H D 0-0
2002 LD1 Manchester City H D 1-1


Played 13,
Won 6,
Drawn 5,
Lost 2,
For 19,
Against 13


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Date:Friday March 23 2007
Time: 5:24AM

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Man city deserved nothing that day as well....we were by far the better team. Plus we were robbed at Maine Road earlier that season. sour grapes....me....never
zipadeedoodah
23/03/2007 05:27:00
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