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Millers could have points deducted.


Gazza58

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Rotherham fielded an illegible player ( farrend Dawson) in the match against Brighton on the 6th of April which they won 1.0, the football league are now investigating and hope to have it resolved before the end of season.Could be a fine but could easily be points deducted which would most likely see them relegated.

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What they want to do is get Trevor Brooking on the board, if the Millers lose points it will be a disgrace. Yey Millwall fans can go from city to city and smash gounds up, they never lose points.

I think its almost a certainty they will lose points pete,the loan ran out the day before the brighton game,complete **** up and theres no excuse,but if anybody can think of one evans can.

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I think its almost a certainty they will lose points pete,the loan ran out the day before the brighton game,complete **** up and theres no excuse,but if anybody can think of one evans can.

 

Ah well if they went in knowing his loan was up, then that is gaining an unfair advantage Gary aka cheating, WHU past masters at it, and in cup this season.

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Then someone with clout ought to write to the league to tell them that they await the decision with interest.

 

Are there differing rules for Rotherham than there are for West Ham, and if there are then the Prince should spend one of his oil fields suing them for the gazillions United could have potentially made from then till now.

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