Date:Wednesday April 4 2007
The interviewing process for the vacant Rotherham United manager's job has been concluded and it's now time to whittle the candidates down, reports the Rotherham Star.
Millers chairman Denis Coleman and the Rotherham board have spoken to a possible 13 applicants and the list may be cut down to a final 3 as they meet again in a few days, and a final decision may be announced next week.
The applicants were seen over the last 2 days at a Rotherham hotel and they are believed to include, current caretaker boss Mark Robins and his former Manchester United team-mate Brian McClair.
Others in the frame could be, former Millers Bobby Williamson and Martin Scott, plus Brian Little, Keith Alexander and Brian Horton.
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