Date: 19th March 2007 at 10:44pm
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Post-War Rotherham United players born between March 19th + 25th, plus a career profile of one of them.

March 19th
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Martin McIntosh 1971

March 20th
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Walter Rickett 1917
Carl Gilbert 1948
John Flynn 1948

March 21st
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Graham Brown 1944

March 22nd
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Rob McKenzie 1979
Ian McInnes 1967
Richard Landon 1970

March 23rd
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Jon Otsemebor 1983
Len White 1930
Andy Turner 1975

March 24th
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Marc Newsham 1987
Billy Wilkinson 1943
Brian Taylor 1937

Featured player
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Martin McIntosh

Martin McIntosh is a professional footballer currently playing for Huddersfield Town in Coca-Cola League One.

He was born in Scotland, but he started his football career as a junior at Tottenham Hotspur, before returning up north to St Mirren, but only played 4 games in 3 years.

After moving to other clubs around Scotland including SPL side Hibernian, he moved to Rotherham United and enjoyed a four-year stint, where by the end of his spell he was made club captain.

After Rotherham got relegated in 2005, McIntosh moved to Huddersfield, where he tried to establish a central defender slot aginst Nathan Clarke, Tom Clarke and David Mirfin. Unfortunately, with in a month of the start of the season, he had a major injury and didn’t play again till around December. He has established himself as a strong character and can score superb headers and bolster the defence as well.

As of August 18, 2006 he was on loan at Coca-Cola League Two side Grimsby Town, but returned to Huddersfield because of an injury crisis at the club.

In January 2007 he was told by manager Peter Jackson that his contract would not be renewed in the summer and on March 3, 2007 Jackson announced on BBC Radio Leeds that he would never select McIntosh or teammate Mark Hudson again.