Rotherham United: Millers boss to seek extra signing

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ROTHERHAM United boss Steve Evans is looking at making an additional signing following the news that defender Mark Bradley is out for the season with a broken ankle.

Evans - nominated yesterday for the February League Two Manager of the Month award - had intended on bringing in two players, a striker and a left-sided player.

But Bradley’s injury put a question mark against doing the double deal. Evans has held talks with chairman Tony Stewart and will seek to add a defender to his squad due to the loss of Bradley, who has played in three positions at the back this season.

At Wycombe on Tuesday, the Millers only had six substitutes and one of them was defender Dan Rowe, an untried youngster.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Scott Shearer returned to action yesterday after not figuring in the first team since October 13 due to elbow and knee injuries.

He helped the Millers reserves to a 2-1 win at Chesterfield thanks to goals from Kieran Agard in the first half and Dan Kearns in the second half before Kris Ramsey-Dickson pulled one back.

Midfielder Danny Schofield, not involved this season, has joined Stockport on loan.