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Rotherham's 2015/16 squad numbers: What do they mean?

Rotherham have announced their squad numbers for the 2015/16 season, but what can we decipher from them?

Well, one-time record signing Jordan Bowery has lost the prized number 10 shirt to new arrival Emmanuel Ledesma, with the former Aston Villa man taking on the 18 shirt which was left vacant by Ben Pringle.

Boss Steve Evans has perhaps given his biggest hint as to who will don the gloves against MK Dons by giving Kelle Roos the number one shirt, with Adam Collin retaining 21 which he has worn for the last two seasons.

There is plenty of expectation on Danny Ward this season and that has been highlighted by him being handed the number nine, a prized scalp for any striker.

Former Sheffield Wednesday man Chris Maguire gets the vacant seven shirt, hinting he might be used in a wide role rather than his favoured central striking position while Danny Collins gets the number four shirt off Kari Arnason as Kirk Broadfoot and Richard Wood retain five and six respectively.

New signings Lewis Buxton and Joe Mattock take two and three respectively with midfielder Paul Green keeping on to his number 11 shirt.

Jonson Clarke-Harris was keen on the number nine shirt but might have to wait another year as he went from 29 to 19 while Matt Derbyshire (27) and Richie Smallwood (33) keep their favourite numbers.

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