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‘Common sense prevails’ – Many Rotherham United fans react to striker news

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Rotherham United have won their appeal against the red card issued to striker Michael Smith in their South Yorkshire derby with Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.

The 29-year-old was sent off for violent conduct during the tie with the Owls on Wednesday night and looked set to be suspended for the next three matches.

But, the Millers used collated footage to appeal against the decision on Thursday morning and successfully got the red card overturned, meaning the forward is now available for Rotherham’s trip to Brentford on Saturday.

A late goal in injury-time from Freddie Ladapo sealed the three points against their South Yorkshire rivals after Smith had put Paul Warne’s side in front. Matthew Olosunde’s own goal looked to have given Wednesday a point until Ladapo struck in the 96th minute.

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The victory for Rotherham sees them just three points away from safety and have to games in hand over the teams around them at the bottom of the Championship while the Owls now have a bigger mountain to climb if they are to escape relegation this season.

After facing Brentford, the Millers face Luton Town at Kenilworth Road before hosting fellow strugglers Coventry City at the New York Stadium a week on Saturday.

Here is how some of the Rotherham fans reacted on social media to the news of the overturned red card…


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