Rotherham United’s wretched 2016 in nine images

Despite only taking over in October, Rotherham United started 2016 by saying goodbye to manager, Neil Redfearn.

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Needing experience to save them from the drop, the Millers turned to Championship veteran, Neil Warnock.

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Achieving what was thought to be impossible, Warnock managed to pick up 6 wins between 27th February and the 23rd of April, losing no games in that time.

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Surviving the drop by finishing in 21st place, Neil Warnock was hailed as a miracle worker for saving the Millers from relegation.

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However, citing his ambition to manage a team capable of promotion, Warnock departed the New York Stadium in the summer.

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Turning their attention to Scotland, Rotherham United brought in Hibernian manager, Alan Stubbs.

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Despite bringing in 9 new signings and 5 loan signings, Rotherham’s start to the season was poor, picking up only one win across August and September against Brentford.

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After going winless throughout October, the Millers parted company with Stubbs, bringing in former Millwall and Wolves boss Kenny Jacket as his replacement.

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