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Rotherham's managers of the month since 2000

Neil Warnock has been rewarded for leading Rotherham away from the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone with the March manager of the month award.

It's the seventh time he has won it in the last 10 seasons, but becomes the first Millers man to win a monthly gong since Andy Scott in August 2011.

Here's a look at other Millers winners over the last 16 years.

Ronnie Moore - Division One October 2000

The foundations of an unlikely promotion were being laid in the autumn of the 2000-01 season when Moore's men hit their straps, winning five and drawing one of their six games. They beat Oldham, Bournemouth, Oxford, Swansea and Northampton - famously with 10 men - and drew at Bristol Rovers.

Alan Knill - League One October 2006

The Millers had to wait six long years before being recognised again and Knill's award was thoroughly deserved. Starting the season on -10 points, October saw them pull away from the bottom of League One with four wins from four games. There were 3-1 away victories at Port Vale and Bournemouth, a home success over Brentford and then also a 5-1 spanking of Crewe at Millmoor.

Mark Robins - League Two November 2007

In their final season at Millmoor, Robins' side were looking to win promotion and they did themselves no harm with a scorching November, which saw them win four out of four. The month started with back-to-back home wins over Grimsby and Bury and after an interlude for the FA Cup they won at Accrington. A home success over Shrewsbury completed a 100 per cent month.

Mark Robins - League Two August 2008

Making a mockery of a 17-point deduction and starting life at their new Don Valley Stadium, the Millers again under Robins hit the ground running in 2008-09. They won their first three games against Lincoln, Morecambe and Chester while also drawing at eventual champions Brentford. Aside to that, they also dumped Championship Sheffield Wednesday and Wolves out of the League Cup.

Ronnie Moore - League Two November 2009

Nine years after his first gong, Moore won a second for delivering a 100 per cent month. Owing to the FA Cup, though, the Millers only played three games, but had enough to earn away wins at Port Vale and Torquay and then a win at Don Valley against Lincoln.

Andy Scott - League Two August 2011

For a short period of time things were going well under Andy Scott and there was hope he could be the man to lead the Millers out of League Two after an electric start to 2011-12. They won four of their first five games, drawing the other as they were the front runners. The season started with a win over Oxford before commanding away wins at Plymouth and Crewe. They then drew against Barnet before walloping Gillingham 3-0.

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