Date:Monday April 2 2007
A look at all Post-War Millers born between April 2nd-8th.
Not many to report this week, but a young Ginger haired lad who has a special place in Millers fans hearts celebrates his 21st on Wednesday.
John McFadzean (1966)
John (Jack) Grainger (1924)
Stephen Quinn (1986)
Jamal Campbell-Ryce (1983)
Glyn Jones (1936)
Stephen Quinn (born April 4, 1986 in Clondalkin) is a professional footballer from the Republic of Ireland. He currently plays as a midfielder for Sheffield United in the English Premiership.
Stephen Quinn is the younger brother of fellow Blades midfielder Alan Quinn and the older brother of Sheffield United Youth team midfielder and captain Keith Quinn.
Quinn started his footballing career with St Patrick's Athletic in the Football League of Ireland.
He signed for Sheffield United in 2005, and made his first team debut for the Blades in a League Cup win at Shrewsbury Town on September 20, 2005. Quinn spent some of the 2005-06 season on loan with Milton Keynes Dons and Rotherham United respectively.
His stunning performancs for The Millers midfield were very instrumental in Rotherham keeping their place in League One last season.
Stephen recently made his Premiership debut, against Charlton Athletic, he impressed all who saw the game and could have scored his first premiership goal within the first 40 seconds of the game. In his second appearance, a match against Aston Villa at Bramall Lane, he scored at the fifty minute mark to draw even with the Birmingham club. He has made excellent progress this season especially with having to deal with losing his mother at such a young age this October.
Stephen was called up by the Republic of Ireland for the first time as part of the senior squad to face San Marino in the Euro 2008 qualifier at the Serravalle Stadium on Wednesday, February 4, 2007.
Although he did not play, he was included in the Under-21 squad for the game against Holland in Venlo on March 27.
Stats: Charlton Athletic v Rotherham United (Saturday January 31 2015)
RUFC -Hall Becomes A Hatter (Saturday January 31 2015)
Millers Earn A Point At The Valley (Saturday January 31 2015)
Team Line-Ups - Charlton Athletic v Rotherham (Saturday January 31 2015)
Millers v Addicks Preview (Friday January 30 2015)
RUFC - Gaffer Buzzing Over Hunt Signing (Friday January 30 2015)
RUFC - Hunt Signs In (Friday January 30 2015)
RUFC - Evans Not Getting Carried Away (Friday January 30 2015)
RUFC - Evans Explains Brindley Loan (Friday January 30 2015)
RUFC - Evans 'Sammon Great For Us' (Friday January 30 2015)
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