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Rotherham's player of the month for January: You decide

Rotherham's first month of the new year was a mixed bag on the pitch.

They took four points from four games in the league, ended an 18-game wait for a draw but were also dumped out of the FA Cup and suffered a damaging loss to Charlton.

There have been some stand-out performances along the way, so here's a chance to vote for the inaugural Millers Time player of the month.

Here's a look at the candidates.

Lee Camp

A contender for the player of the season, Camp has been impressive throughout, but particularly at Preston where the game would have been over long before a last-gasp defeat had it not been for a string of fine saves. He kept one clean sheet, but has been at fault for none of the goals that went past him.

Kirk Broadfoot

Broadfoot was Rotherham's very own Braveheart in the 2-0 win over Brighton, putting in arguably the best individual display of the season to keep the Seagulls at bay. He has been an assured presence for much of the month as well, wearing the armband in Lee Frecklington's absence.

Joe Mattock

The left-back has turned into one of the Millers' most consistent players this season and had a solid month in January. In fact, arguably no one was more consistent than him as he proved his sound defensive capabilities along with an ability to get forward.

Richard Smallwood

The battling midfielder is never far away from the top of the ratings and if he plays well, the Millers usually follow suit. Smallwood had stand-out games against Leeds and Brighton while was probably the best player against QPR.

So, who gets your vote? It's decision time.

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