Rotherham United: Halford leaves Millers for Cardiff City
Midfielder Greg Halford has left Rotherham United to join former boss Neil Warnock at Cardiff City.
Halford, a key man in Warnock’s Millers Championship survival miracle last season, has signed an 18-month deal with the Bluebirds.
He was unpopular with fans after being signed by then-manager Steve Evans in 2015 and was discarded by Evans’ successor, Neil Redfearn, but then came good under Warnock in the 11-match unbeaten run which saved Rotherham from the drop.
The 32-year-old played 38 times for the Millers, scoring three goals. He has just returned from an ankle injury and has featured 15 times in this campaign.