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Cahill FINALLY joins Millers

Rotherham United finally finalised the details and signed Tom Cahill today from Matlock Town.

The twenty-year old striker, who helped Matlock to the Unibond League Premier Division play-offs, played for the Millers in their last reserve game of the season and manager Mark Robins told The Star, 'that performance confirmed my thoughts about him.'

'We just had a couple of points to iron out and that has now been done and he will be joining us in our pre-season work.

'We can see great potential in the lad and there is plenty to work with.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 24 2007

Time: 11:23AM

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