Steve Evans has left his job as Rotherham United manager after a memorable three-year reign. The Star looks at his best and worst days.
The Millers fight back from a 2-0 half-time deficit against Leyton Orient to win the League One Play-off Final at Wembley in a penalty shootout. Alex Revell scored that goal! Steve Evans' half-time team talk about the players making their future grandchildren proud goes down in Millers folklore.
Promotion to League One is secured with a 2-0 win on the last day of the first ever season at New York Stadium in front of a full house against Aldershot. Lee Frecklington is buried by fans in a pitch invasion when the Millers score in the last minute
Evans is on the West Stand balcony whirling his tie in the air as Rotherham secure their Championship safety, despite a Football League three-point deduction, with a 2-1 win over Reading.
Evans leaves the Millers after three years of success. Whatever the reasons, it's a sad day for the club. He lived away from his family and no man could have given more to the role.
Rotherham are at the foot of the Championship table and the natives are growing restless after a poor performance and a 3-1 defeat at home to Fulham. It doesn't help that old boy Ben Pringle takes less than seven minutes to score against his former club.
Defeat at Sheffield United ends a 15-match unbeaten run during the League One promotion season. The Blades score a last-minute penalty as the Millers produce one of their worst displays of Evans' reign.