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Rotherham United

Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 21: Monday 29 November 2004

Rotherham United 1 - 0 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 8860
Referee: P Crossley (Kent)
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Match Facts
Rotherham United Team Leeds United
Mike Pollitt   Neil Sullivan
Booked - 70 minutes Shaun Barker   Gary Kelly
Paul Hurst   Matthew Kilgallon
Goal - 77 minutes Martin McIntosh   Paul Butler
Chris Swailes   Clarke Carlisle Subbed - 13 minutes
Phil Gilchrist   Sean Gregan
Paul McLaren   Jermaine Wright
Junior   Simon Walton Subbed - 81 minutes
Martin Butler   John Oster Subbed - 70 minutes
Subbed - 86 minutes Jamal Campbell-Ryce   David Healy
Michael Proctor   Michael Ricketts
Gary Montgomery   Scott Carson
Rob Scott   Frazer Richardson Sub - 13 minutes
Paolo Vernazza   Matthew Spring
Sub - 86 minutes John Mullin   Aaron Lennon Sub - 70 minutes
Andy Monkhouse   Julian Joachim Sub - 81 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Rotherham 1 - 0 Leeds
The Guardian McIntosh magic for Millers
The Independent McIntosh steals Leeds' thunder Millers win at last
The Sporting Life Rotherham 1 - 0 Leeds
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds are undone by McIntosh
The Times McIntosh strikes to bring Millmoor sweet victory
Yorkshire Evening Post United fall to a sucker punch

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McIntosh magic for Millers - Louise Taylor

Copy from Football Unlimited of 30/11/2004.

The mood at Millmoor was as vibrant as the peroxide blond highlights in Ronnie Moore's hair last night as his Rotherham side recorded their first Championship win of the season.

Moore has rarely ceased complaining that fortune has frowned on his team this term but here they enjoyed an undeniable slice of luck against their rather more illustrious neighbours from up the M1, who arrived labouring under the illusion that a promotion challenge might not be entirely beyond them after all.

"It's party time tonight," said Moore. "But I'm not daft and I know that, on another night, we would have lost by for five goals. We were lucky and the first 10 minutes were embarrassing for me, but we have to kick on now. Nobody is mentioning relegation; we can still get away from the bottom."

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