Millers boss aiming to catch Coid

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ROTHERHAM United boss Ronnie Moore will continue the pursuit of Blackpool right-back Danny Coid today.

Coid had a loan spell with the Millers previously and Moore wants to bring him back now that an injury has cleared up - he played 70 minutes for Blackpool’s reserves on Monday.

“I’ll be looking at that one and see if something can be done,” said Moore after his side’s 2-0 win over Accrington Stanley last night when the second goal was a 50th for the club for Adam Le Fondre and his 20th this season. The other came from loan signing Omar Daley on his home debut.

Meanwhile, Doncaster Rovers were on the end of a 6-0 home hiding against Ipswich - their biggest heaviest defeat since they lost 7-1 at Cardiff in 1998.

It all started with an own goal from defender Sam Hird after 25 minutes and went downill after that.

Rovers lost 8-0 at their former Belle Vue home in the Carling Cup to Nottingham Forest in 1997.