Date: 2nd May 2013 at 7:01pm
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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans is delighted that defender Mark Bradley and midfielder Mitch Rose have agreed extensions to their contracts today.

Speaking to the Official Site the Millers Boss said, ‘I`m delighted that they’ve both agreed extensions and I look forward to working with them again next season.

‘Mark has really come to the fore this season and demonstrated that he can play in a number of positions and deliver the quality I expect wherever he plays.

‘Mitch is in the early stages of his career and I really do have a good feeling about this kid. I believe he can play a major part for us next season.`

Welsh international Mark joined the Millers from Walsall in the summer three years ago. Former Manage Andy Scott put the twenty-five year old on the transfer list but he played a handful of games and then was out with an injured shoulder and when he came back and got his place back in the team Scott had a change of heart and decided to keep him. This season he`s appeared in thirty-three games in a variety of positions!

Mitch Rose came through the Youth ranks at Rotherham and made his first team debut of the bench against Chesterfield at the B2Net Stadium. His first start was a month later in a nil-nil draw at Barnet. His next game saw him red-carded and then he was involved in two more games before going out on loan to Stamford but was recalled early.





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