Date: 25th September 2007 at 1:55pm
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Rotherham United defender, Pablo Mills, is getting great reviews from the manager of Crawley Town where Mills has just signed on for an extra months loan.

The twenty-three year old has started eight games for Town and has become a great favourite at Broadfield.

Manager, Steve Evans told their Official Site, ‘I am delighted that Mark Robins has cleared this to happen. Pablo has been nothing short of magnificent for us on and off the pitch and has helped bring on the youngsters around him. Therefore, we have become a much better side.

‘We are enjoying working with a young and dedicated man and hopefully this will continue for some time.’

Pabs told the site, ‘It has been a good month so far and I have played a lot of games which is what I wanted.

‘I’ve loved every minute of it at Crawley and everyone here has been fantastic to me and made me feel welcome at the club. The Gaffer is a superb manager.’

Tonight, Crawley Town visit Stonebridge Road where they take on Ebbsfleet United. The game is to be televised on Setanta Sports 1 and kick off is 7.45pm