Two Goals From Martin Butler sends the County Ground faithful home unhappy with a lacklustre performance by Swindon this afternoon against the Millers.
Jamie Cureton - Had a good game and looked solid. Cureton got stuck in the whole game. Sadly He was the ony player who appeared to have any commitment this game.
Had some fine saves today. Kicking looks a lot better as of late.
Strong at the back and had a few good tackles was one of the bright spots in an otherwise lacklustre game.
Did ok seemed rushed at times but did put in some decent crosses.
Fantastic game for O'Hanlon, lead by example and chipped in with his second goal of the campaign.
Was ok, but didn't play the way that has gained him a new contract for next season. Hopefully was just an off day. Was effective in the air. Is playing less hoof ball since the departure of Rory Fallon.
An Off day for the Trinidad and Tobago international and tired quickly. Put in some decent crosses.
Did ok, but wasn't his best game. Looked afraid to tackle.
An off day for the Bristolian. Gave the ball away too often and made clumsy challenges. Was substituted for the faster Albert Jarrett. Stormed off down the tunnel when he was substituted.
Did well got some crosses in. Was unlucky not to score before half time.
Usual self put in 110% all game, but didn't look like scoring.
Done well again. Scored Swindon's opening goal and ran his socks off all game. Missed a couple of good chances but did put in some decent crosses as well. Couldn't have done more.
Looked lively but also looked afraid to pass. Tried too hard to score and was a bit greedy.
Tore through Rotherham's midfield. A huge improvement on Gurney who had a dissapointing game.
Looked the Player he was at the beginning of the season.
7/10 - Iffy Onuora - Saw Gurney was not doing well, listened to the fans who wanted him off and got on his back. Shook things up with three substitutions to try and salvage a point.
8/10 - Alan Knill - For a team that is in so much turmoil on and off the pitch he kept his team together well and encouraged them all game.
Sam Parkin and Matt Heywood were amongst the over 7,000 supporters to take in this game at the County Ground today.
Saturday 25th February: Away to Nottingham Forest at the City Ground 3pm kick off