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Rotherham appoint Alan Stubbs after Hibs' resignation

Rotherham have finally confirmed the appointment of Alan Stubbs as their new manager on a three-year deal.

The 44-year-old takes over from Neil Warnock at the New York Stadium after being forced to resign when compensation was unable to be agreed with Hibernian following over 24 hours of negotiation.

The Millers met with their new manager on Tuesday and a deal was quickly agreed and the final touches were put on the move on Wednesday evening after Hibs' reluctance to allow him to leave forced Stubbs' position.

Stubbs becomes Rotherham's fourth manager in less than nine months after Warnock turned his back on the Millers, despite agreeing a deal to extend his short-term contract.

He was in the frame to replace Steve Evans last October but lost out to Neil Redfearn but now gets the chance to lead the club up the table in the Sky Bet Championship.

The former Bolton, Celtic and Everton defender leaves Easter Road after guiding them to their first trophy in 114 years as they beat Rangers in the Scottish Cup final less than a fortnight ago.

He is joined at New York Stadium by assistant John Doolan.

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