ROTHERHAM United will put their new signings on show for the first time tomorrow when they play their first friendly, at Grimsby Town (3pm).
So far, they have brought in eight new players and manager Andy Scott will endeavour to include them at some stage and, in this first outing, is likely to getsome action into the legs of all his squad.
The squad is 21 strong, with three of those players goalkeepers.
Newcomers the fans are set to get a first sighting of are goalkeeper Conrad Logan, defenders Troy Brown and Luke Foster, midfielders Ben Pringle and Danny Schofield and strikers Chris Holroyd, Gareth Evans and Lewis Grabban.
Meanwhile, the club and World Cup Final referee Howard Webb have given their backing to this season’s Football League charity of Help for Hospices. The club has chosen to support Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Rotherham Hospice.