- Video report by John Shires
Rotherham United could be relegated to League One this weekend, if results go against them.
The Millers have won just four games all season.
This weekend face QPR in West London - where relegation to the third tier could be confirmed with eight games to go.
The South Yorkshire club will be relegated if:
- They lose, relegation rivals Blackburn and Nottingham Forest both win, and Burton Albion avoid defeat.
- Blackburn win, Burton avoid defeat and Forest pick up a point. Rotherham would then only be able to draw level on points with Forest - and go down on goal difference.
Rotherham United have signed Norwich City striker Carlton Morris on loan until the end of the season.
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Rotherham United's caretaker manager Paul Warne has again insisted he doesn't want the job on a full time basis. The Millers remain bottom of the Championship table after Tuesday's defeat at Fulham, but since Warne took charge following Kenny Jackett's sacking, they've shown definite signs of improvement. Tomorrow they're at Hillsborough for a South Yorkshire derby against neighbours Sheffield Wednesday, and today Warne spoke to Calendar.
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Rotherham United have agreed a three-year deal with Walsall midfielder Anthony Forde for an undisclosed fee.
The transfer for the 22-year-old is due to go through tomorrow and he has joined up with his new team mates for the first day of pre-season training this morning.
He becomes new manager Alan Stubbs' first signing as Millers boss.
Forde enjoyed a productive spell with Walsall playing a major role in their run to the Play-off semi-finals last season.
In his first season he made 46 appearances in all competitions for the Saddlers, laying the foundations for a tilt at promotion last season.
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Rotherham United have confirmed the appointment of Alan Stubbs as their new first team manager.
The 44-year-old and his assistant John Doolan take over at the Championship club after having resigned from their posts at Hibernian FC.
Both have signed three-year contracts at AESSEAL New York Stadium and will be speaking to the media at midday tomorrow.
Rotherham United have been given permission to speak to Hibernian coach Alan Stubbs.
The Scottish club confirmed in a statement that after much reluctance, and refusing the initial approach, it had given the Millers the green light to hold talks with the 44-year-old.
Rotherham are looking for a new manager after Neil Warnock left the club, despite guiding them to safety in the Championship.
“Throughout, we have made it plain to Alan that we want him to remain as Head Coach of Hibernian and build on what has been achieved. Despite that, Alan has expressed an interest in hearing what Rotherham have to say.
I believe that our best chance to keep Alan focused and positive about his job at Hibernian is to allow a brief window within which Alan can speak to Rotherham. Reluctantly therefore, we have agreed to allow that to happen and we will take stock after that.
While we have agreed to the request, we hope that Alan will see a brighter future here at Hibernian with the continued full support of the Board.”