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news from Sunday, June 16, 2019

- Rotherham United defender Joe Mattock told Radio Sheffield, that yesterday's loss to Middlesbrough wasn't the result the team wanted. 'I thought we were the better team,' Mattock, who was given the captain's armband yesterday, said after the two-one home loss, 'but probably lacked a bit in the final third.' Yes, can't agree more. If I hadn't have known, I wouldn't have realised 'Boro needed a win...

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- Rotherham United Manager Paul Warne says that permanent deals are easier to do than loan deals. Speaking to Freeview the Millers Boss said, 'With players you want on loan some managers often want to see how the player goes on in pre-season before deciding if they want to send them out on loan or not which is why you have to be a bit more patient when you are trying to get loan players in.' I suppo...

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- Rotherham United have added two more pre-season friendlies to the list this week. The Millers are to entertain Premier League side Leicester City on Saturday, 27th July at the New York Stadium when it will be a 3.00pm kick-off while Rotherham will travel to the Horsfall Stadium to take on Bradford Park Avenue on Wednesday, 17th July which has a 7.30pm kick-off. The Foxes have played at the New Yor...

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- Rotherham United's last league game of the season was six weeks ago today so let's have a re-cap on what's been happening in the past seven days. At this stage of pre-season everyone's attention is on the transfer activity. This week there has been no comings at the New York Stadium but midfielder/winger Joe Newell has left moving over the border to Hibernian where he signed a two year deal. It ha...

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news from Saturday, June 15, 2019

news from Friday, June 14, 2019

news from Thursday, June 13, 2019

- Rotherham United have added two more pre-season friendlies to the list this week. The Millers are to entertain Premier League side Leicester City on Saturday, 27th July at the New York Stadium when it will be a 3.00pm kick-off while Rotherham will travel to the Horsfall Stadium to take on Bradford Park Avenue on Wednesday, 17th July which has a 7.30pm kick-off. The Foxes have played at the New Yor...

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