Crawley sign Rose on loan

Mitch Rose in action for Rotherham. Picture courtesy of Rotherham United

Mitch Rose in action for Rotherham. Picture courtesy of Rotherham United

First published in Sport

Crawley Town have signed Rotherham midfielder Mitch Rose on a three-month loan.

The 20-year-old, who is the younger brother of Tottenham’s Danny Rose, joined the Millers in 2010 after coming through their Centre of Excellence.

He made his Football League debut under ex-Reds boss Steve Evans in 2012 and has so far made six appearances for the Millers.

Last season Rose spent a period on loan with Northern Premier League club Stamford before signing a new contract with Rotherham at the end of the campaign.

Manager John Gregory said: “We felt we needed a bit more cover in midfield and Mitch is a player who has been on our radar for a while now.

“Steve has agreed to let him come down to us and I think he can play a part for us in League One during the next three months.”

Mitch is likely to get his first run-out in a Crawley Town shirt on Saturday when Crawley host a Chelsea XI.

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