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Rotherham's 2015-16 season: How the players rated

Rotherham endured another topsy-turvy season that ended in ultimate success as they hung on to their Championship status.

The campaign, which saw three managers at the helm, was full of ups and downs, highs and lows, good performances and poor performances from the team as a whole and individuals.

Here's how the 38 players that pulled on the Millers shirt for more than 90 minutes over the course of the campaign rated.

Lee Camp 9 - A landslide winner of the player of the season gong with his shot-stopping ability as good as anyone in the division.

Adam Collin 5 - Only played twice but shipped three against Fulham. Thanks for the memories.

Kelle Roos 4 - The error-strewn goalkeeper was the poster boy of a shocking start to the season.

Lewis Buxton 5 - Started off solidly but got progressively worse and did not feature after a contract dispute.

Frazer Richardson 6 - Tough start to the season but came good under Neil Warnock.

Shay Facey 5 - The Manchester City youngster found that there is a big difference between Under-21 and Championship football.

Stephen Kelly 8 - Brought the Millers the luck of the Irish. When he played they barely lost.

Kirk Broadfoot 8 - Captain fantastic, Broadfoot was the Millers' Braveheart after missing the start of the season to a 10-game ban.

Richard Wood 7 - A late entry to the team saw him become crucial to the run to safety.

Danny Collins 5 - An honest pro but when he played, the Millers invariably tended to ship goals.

Aimen Belaid 6 - Looked decent following his January arrival but not suited to Warnock's way.

Lloyd Doyley 6 - Part of the Dad's Army, the veteran did well during his three appearances.

Farrend Rawson 6 - Back for a second spell, did not disgrace himself but was part of a leaky defence.

Tom Thorpe 5 - Tried out in a number of positions, Thorpe struggled to assert himself in defence or midfield.

Joe Mattock 7 - Mr Dependable at left-back throughout the season. A solid campaign.

Harry Toffolo 5 - A loanee who was found wanting after a fine debut.

Greg Halford 7 - The comeback kid. A season of three contrasting thirds. A woeful start, becoming an outcast, a resurrection. Ended up crucial.

Grant Ward 7 - A commendable season for the Spurs youngster, contributing throughout, but sometimes he left you expecting more.

Richie Smallwood 7 - Another impressive campaign for Smallwood, who lets no one down, ever.

Lee Frecklington 8 - So influential with his energy and mobility. If only he would have been fit all season.

Paul Green 5 - His effort and application cannot be questioned, but Green had a tough year where mistakes were always punished.

Luke Hyam 5 - A loanee from Ipswich that had little effect.

Aidy White 4 - The summer signing was out of the door by November after flopping.

Chris Maguire 5 - Arrived late in pre-season and it showed. Also gone by November.

Chris Burke 5 - A loanee that wasn't necessarily needed, Warnock didn't really fancy him.

Emmanuel Ledesma 4 - Failed to live up to the hype and did not feature after January.

Andrew Shinnie 5 - A potentially dangerous player made redundant by the change of manager in February.

Brandon Barker 4 - An impressive debut masked that the Man City youngster was not ready for the Championship.

Joe Newell 6 - A mixed bag from Newell. Brilliant in places, anonymous in others, but he could be a big player in the future.

Jerome Thomas 6 - A late-season addition to Dad's Army, contributed to the march to survival.

Tony Andreu 6 - An up and down time for the Norwich loanee, showing moments of quality.

Vadis Ojidja-Ofoe 7 - Kick-started the Millers' season with his quality, but left too soon.

Danny Ward 7 - Almost the season he came of age, with some fantastic moments, but a lack of goals and fitness remain a nagging worry.

Leon Best 7 - His three-month absence hurt the Millers, the great escape would not have been possible without him.

Matt Derbyshire 7 - The top scorer struggled under Neil Redfearn but flourished when deployed by Warnock in the left midfield role.

Luciano Becchio 4 - A mid-season gamble who had zero chance of featuring under Warnock.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 6 - Started so strongly and hopes were high but he was ultimately found wanting in a tough campaign for the young striker.

Jordan Bowery 4 - Proving that his club-record transfer last season was a waste of money, he left the club in January after contributing very little.

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