Rotherham United 2021–22 football season

Rotherham United
2021–22 season
Chairman Tony Stewart
Manager Paul Warne
Stadium New York Stadium
League One 1st
FA Loving cup Third round
EFL Cup First round
EFL Trophy Semi final
Top goalscorer League:

Michael Smith (16)


All:

Michael Smith (20)
Highest domicile omnipresence eleven,522
Everyman habitation omnipresence 8,004

Home colours

Abroad colours

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The
2021–22 season
is Rotherham United’s 97th year in their history and first season back in League One since the 2019–20 flavour following relegation final season. Along with the league, the order volition likewise compete in the FA Cup, the EFL Cup and the EFL Trophy. The season covers the period from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022.

Players

[edit]

Current squad

[edit]

As of one February 2022.[1]

Notation: Flags indicate national squad as divers under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may concur more than i not-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Actor
1 GK

Sweden
SWE
Viktor Johansson
2 DF

Jamaica
JAM
Wes Harding
3 DF

England
ENG
Joe Mattock
iv MF

England
ENG
Daniel Barlaser
6 DF

England
ENG
Richard Wood
(captain)
8 MF

England
ENG
Ben Wiles
9 FW

Northern Ireland
NIR
Will Grigg
(on loan from Sunderland)
10 FW

England
ENG
Freddie Ladapo
11 MF

Republic of Ireland
IRL
Chiedozie Ogbene
12 FW

Republic of Ireland
IRL
Georgie Kelly
14 MF

England
ENG
Mickel Miller
xv DF

England
ENG
Tolaji Bola
sixteen MF

Scotland
SCO
Jamie Lindsay
17 DF

Northern Ireland
NIR
Shane Ferguson
eighteen MF

England
ENG
Oliver Rathbone
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 FW

Republic of Ireland
IRL
Joshua Kayode
20 DF

England
ENG
Michael Ihiekwe
21 DF

England
ENG
Angus MacDonald
22 MF

England
ENG
Hakeem Odoffin
23 DF

England
ENG
Rarmani Edmonds-Green
(on loan from Huddersfield Town)
24 FW

England
ENG
Michael Smith
31 GK

England
ENG
Josh Vickers
34 FW

England
ENG
Jacob Gratton
36 FW

England
ENG
Curtis Durose
37 DF

England
ENG
Nathan Exton
38 DF

England
ENG
Mack Warne
39 FW

Northern Ireland
NIR
Ciaran McGuckin
40 MF

England
ENG
Samuel Greenhouse
DF

England
ENG
Jordi Osei-Tutu
(on loan from Arsenal)

Out on loan

[edit]

Annotation: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
30 GK

England
ENG
Josh Chapman
(on loan to Frickley Athletic)
32 FW

England
ENG
Jerome Greaves
(on loan to Farsley Celtic)
No. Pos. Nation Player
33 DF

Republic of Ireland
IRL
Jake Cooper
(on loan to Altrincham)
35 DF

England
ENG
Jake Hull
(on loan to Hartlepool United)

Squad statistics

[edit]

Actor statistics

[edit]

Equally of ii February 2022.
[ane]

Players with zippo appearances take been unused substitutes in one or more games.

No. Pos. Nat. Name Full League FA Loving cup EFL Cup EFL Trophy Discipline
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
i GK
Sweden
Viktor Johansson 24 19 ane 1 3 1 0
30 GK
England
Josh Chapman 0
31 GK
England
Josh Vickers 14 ix 2 three 0
2 DF
Jamaica
Wes Harding 23+half-dozen i 17+5 2+one 4 1 7 one
three DF
England
Joe Mattock 10+four 1 5+3 0+i i four one 5 0
6 DF
England
Richard Wood 25+3 one 21+three i 3 1 3 0
15 DF
England
Tolaji Bola 9+ii 3 0+ii 6 1 0
20 DF
England
Michael Ihiekwe 32 3 24 ii three 1 i 4 5 0
21 DF
England
Angus MacDonald 0
23 DF
England
Rarmani Edmonds-Green 27+4 1 20+2 i 2+ane one four+1 ii 0
35 DF
England
Jake Hull iii ii iii two 0
37 DF
England
Nathan Exton 0
38 DF
England
Mack Warne 0+ane 0+ane 1 0
four MF
England
Daniel Barlaser thirty+three vi 24+iii half-dozen 3 i 2 4 0
eight MF
England
Ben Wiles 26+6 eight 25+2 7 1+ane ane 0+1 0+ii ii 0
xi MF
Republic of Ireland
Chiedozie Ogbene 24+9 2 22+v 2 two+1 0+i 0+2 1 0
xiv MF
England
Mickel Miller 12+9 4 nine+7 iii ane 2+2 ane 2 ane
16 MF
Scotland
Jamie Lindsay 12+12 1 9+ten 1 0+2 3 4 0
17 MF
Northern Ireland
Shane Ferguson 18+9 one 15+6 1 2 ane 0+3 2 0
18 MF
England
Oliver Rathbone 29+4 1 24+i 1 3 ane 1+3 five 0
22 MF
England
Hakeem Odoffin eight+7 one 0+5 1+two 1 6 ane 1 0
twoscore MF
England
Samuel Greenhouse 0
ix FW
Northern Ireland
Will Grigg 18+8 6 11+6 2 two+i 1 v+ane iii 0
ten FW
England
Freddie Ladapo 21+10 12 15+vii 8 two i 1 iii+3 3 1 0
nineteen FW
Republic of Ireland
Joshua Kayode 7+13 1 3+10 0+ii ane three+one 1 one 0
24 FW
England
Michael Smith 30+4 20 27 16 2 ane 0+1 i+iii 3 7 0
32 FW
England
Jerome Greaves 0
34 FW
England
Jacob Gratton 1+1 1+1 0
36 FW
England
Curtis Durose 1 one 1 0
39 FW
Northern Ireland
Ciaran McGuckin 0+1 0+ane 0
Players who have left the order during the flavour
5 DF
Jamaica
Curtis Tilt 0
7 MF
England
Kieran Sadlier 13+8 half-dozen five+seven i 1+ane 1 1 half-dozen four 1 0
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Goalscorers

[edit]

As of 1 February 2022.
[ii]
Place Position Nation Number Name Total League FA Cup EFL Cup EFL Trophy
1 FW
England
24 Michael Smith twenty 16 ane 3
ii FW
England
10 Freddie Ladapo 12 8 1 3
3 MF
England
viii Ben Wiles 7 6 one 0
= FW
Northern Ireland
9 Volition Grigg 7 three 1 3
5 MF
England
4 Daniel Barlaser six six 0
= MF
Republic of Ireland
7 Kieran Sadlier 6 i i four
vii MF
England
14 Mickel Miller 4 iii 1
eight DF
England
20 Michael Ihiekwe three 2 1 0
9 MF
Republic of Ireland
11 Chiedozie Ogbene 2 2 0
= DF
England
35 Jake Hull ii two
11 DF
England
6 Richard Wood 1 1 0
= MF
Scotland
16 Jamie Lindsay i i 0
= MF
Northern Ireland
17 Shane Ferguson ane 1 0
= MF
England
xviii Oliver Rathbone one i 0
= DF
England
23 Rarmani Edmonds-Green one 1 0
= DF
Jamaica
2 Wes Harding 1 one
= DF
England
3 Joe Mattock ane 1
= FW
Republic of Ireland
19 Joshua Kayode 1 i
= MF
England
22 Hakeem Odoffin ane i

Pre-season

[edit]

The Millers
announced they would have friendly matches against Parkgate,[2]
Frickley Athletic,[iii]
Rochdale,[4]
Harrogate Town,[5]
Grimsby Town,[vi]
Newcastle United,[7]
Belper Boondocks[three]
and Middlesbrough[8]
as part of their pre-season preparations. As part of a grooming camp in Hungary, the social club arranged a behind-closed-doors friendly against III. Kerületi TVE in Budapest.[9]

Competitions

[edit]

League One

[edit]

League table

[edit]

Pos Team

Pld W D Fifty GF GA GD Pts Promotion, qualification or relegation
i Rotherham United 28 xviii 5 5 53 xviii +35 59 Promotion to EFL Title
2 Wigan Athletic 26 17 five 4 48 25 +23 56
3 Sunderland 29 xvi vi 7 53 39 +14 54 Qualification for League Ane play-offs
4 Milton Keynes Dons 29 15 seven 7 48 32 +16 52
5 Wycombe Wanderers 29 xv 7 7 46 34 +12 52
half-dozen Oxford United 29 14 eight 7 51 34 +17 50
7 Plymouth Argyle 28 13 8 7 47 35 +12 47
8 Sheffield Wednesday 28 12 10 6 39 32 +7 46

Updated to match(es) played on 1 February 2022. Source: EFL Official Website
Rules for classification: ane) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; iv) Head-to-head results; 5) Wins; 6) Away goals; 7) Punishment points (sec nine.five); 8) 12-indicate sending off offences[12]

Results summary

[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD Westward D L GF GA GD
28 xviii 5 5 53 xviii  +35 59 10 two 2 33 xiii  +20 8 3 3 20 five  +fifteen

Results by matchday

[edit]

Matchday i 2 3 4 five six 7 viii 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 xviii 19 twenty 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Footing H A A H H H A A H H A H H A H A H A A H H A A H A H A A
Result Due west L W Fifty W L D W D Due west West W D W Westward D Westward W D W W W Fifty W L West West W
Position i 10 six eleven 8 13 13 6 5 5 4 5 5 5 four three 2 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 3 3 1 1

Updated to match(es) played on i February 2022. Source: Statto.com

A
= Abroad
;

H
= Home
;

W
= Win
;

D
= Depict
;

Fifty
= Loss

Matches

[edit]

Rotherham United’s fixtures were announced on 24 June 2021.[thirteen]

FA Cup

[edit]

Rotherham were fatigued at domicile to Bromley in the start round,[xiv]
Stockport County in the second round[fifteen]
and abroad to Queens Park Rangers in the third round.[16]

EFL Cup

[edit]

The Millers
were drawn at home to Accrington Stanley in the first round.[17]
[18]

EFL Trophy

[edit]

Rotherham were fatigued into Northern Grouping E alongside Doncaster Rovers, Manchester City U21s and Scunthorpe United.[19]
The group phase match dates were confirmed on July 9.[twenty]
In the knock-out stage, United were fatigued abroad to Crewe Alexandra in the third circular[21]
and at home to Cambridge United in the quarter-finals.[22]

Pos Div Team

Pld W Prisoner of war PL L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 L1 Rotherham United
(A)
iii three 0 0 0 15 1 +14 ix Advance to Round 2
2 L1 Doncaster Rovers
(A)
3 two 0 0 1 5 9 −4 six
three ACA Manchester Metropolis U21
(E)
3 ane 0 0 ii 4 7 −3 three
4 L2 Scunthorpe United
(Eastward)
3 0 0 0 3 3 10 −vii 0
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Updated to match(es) played on 9 November 2021. Source: EFL.com
(A)
Advances to a farther circular;
(E)
Eliminated

Transfers

[edit]

Transfers in

[edit]

Date Position Nationality Name From Fee Ref.
14 July 2021 GK
England
Josh Chapman
England

Sheffield United
Free transfer [23]
twenty July 2021 LM
Northern Ireland
Shane Ferguson Complimentary agent Free transfer [24]
3 Baronial 2021 CM
England
Hakeem Odoffin
Scotland

Hamilton Academical
Undisclosed [25]
4 Baronial 2021 CM
England
Oliver Rathbone
England

Rochdale
Undisclosed [26]
10 Baronial 2021 LB
England
Tolaji Bola
England

Arsenal
Undisclosed [27]
28 January 2022 CF
Republic of Ireland
Georgie Kelly
Republic of Ireland

Bohemians
Costless transfer [28]

Loans in

[edit]

Date from Position Nationality Proper noun From Date until Ref.
4 Baronial 2021 CB
England
Rarmani Edmonds-Dark-green
England

Huddersfield Town
Finish of flavor [26]
31 August 2021 CF
Northern Ireland
Will Grigg
England

Sunderland
End of flavour [29]
31 January 2022 RB
England
Jordi Osei-Tutu
England

Arsenal
End of season [30]

Loans out

[edit]

Engagement from Position Nationality Name To Date until Ref.
fourteen August 2021 LW
England
Jacob Gratton
England

Guiseley
four January 2022 [31]
[32]
xiv Baronial 2021 CB
England
Jake Hull
England

Guiseley
4 January 2022 [31]
[32]
20 August 2021 CF
England
Jerome Greaves
England

Matlock Boondocks
5 Jan 2022 [33]
[34]
31 Baronial 2021 CB
Jamaica
Curtis Tilt
England

Wigan Athletic
14 January 2021 [35]
[36]
ten September 2021 CB
Republic of Ireland
Jake Cooper
England

Darlington
1 January 2022 [37]
four December 2021 GK
England
Josh Chapman
England

Frickley Athletic
3 January 2022 [38]
[39]
7 January 2022 CF
England
Jerome Greaves
England

Farsley Celtic
End of season [40]
viii January 2022 GK
England
Josh Chapman
England

Frickley Athletic
Feb 2022 [41]
ten January 2022 CB
England
Jake Hull
England

Hartlepool United
Terminate of flavor [42]
one February 2022 CB
Republic of Ireland
Jake Cooper
England

Altrincham
1 March 2022 [43]

Transfers out

[edit]

Date Position Nationality Name To Fee Ref.
thirty June 2021 RB
England
Baton Jones Released [44]
30 June 2021 CF
England
Ethan Kenny
England

Frickley Athletic
Gratis transfer [45]
30 June 2021 CM
Wales
Shaun MacDonald
England

Crewe Alexandra
Released [44]
[46]
30 June 2021 RB
United States
Matthew Olosunde
England

Preston North End
Rejected contract [47]
[48]
thirty June 2021 CF
England
Jamie Proctor
England

Port Vale
Released [44]
[49]
30 June 2021 CB
Scotland
Clark Robertson
England

Portsmouth
Released [44]
[50]
thirty June 2021 CF
Northern Ireland
Kyle Vassell Released [44]
ix July 2021 LB
Republic of Ireland
Trevor Clarke
England

Bristol Rovers
Undisclosed [51]
23 July 2021 CM
England
Matt Crooks
England

Middlesbrough
Undisclosed [52]
25 January 2022 CB
Jamaica
Curtis Tilt
England

Wigan Athletic
Undisclosed [53]
28 January 2022 LW
Republic of Ireland
Kieran Sadlier
England

Bolton Wanderers
Undisclosed [54]

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[edit]


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