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Andy Todd on Millers

Andy Todd on Millers

Rotherham United newcomer, Andy Todd, told the Official Site that he hopes he can play a major part in getting the Millers straight back into League One.

Todd, who signed today from Accrington Stanley, said, 'I have been impressed with the pedigree of the manager and staff. I had no hesitation in moving here.

'I am also impressed with the superb pitch, that's a big factor when you are trying to play good football.

'I know all about playing in League Two as I played every game last season in that division.

'I feel sure Rotherham can have a big impact in this division and I am looking forward to the challenge.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday May 17 2007
Time: 4:41PM

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Welcome Andy
herringthorpe
17/05/2007 16:43:00
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Could be a good signing, I saw him play for Hucknall a few times
Johnny Kipper
17/05/2007 17:30:00
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We hope so! I feel we need 'an old 'un' amongst the Youth we have
herringthorpe
17/05/2007 18:28:00
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The only thing wrong with the signing is that I rather suspect it means that Martin Woods is going elsewhere
herringthorpe
17/05/2007 23:04:00
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