10 Worst Rotherham United Signings under Steve Evans

Join us as we count down the ten worst signings Steve Evans made in his time as Rotherham United manager!

Steve Evans enjoyed a highly successful three-and-a-half-years at Rotherham United. The Scotsman made history as he engineered back-to-back promotions from League Two into the Championship.

Evans will surely go down as one of the club’s most successful ever managers, and he brought a lot of joy to the town of Rotherham during the few short years he spent in South Yorkshire.

But, the ex-Leeds United boss is known for making loads of signings year on year. He perhaps goes through more players each year than any other manager in the football league.

This means that even though there were many great signings thrown in there, over his three-plus years at the club there were some shockers.

With that said, along with some honourable mentions, here is our countdown of the top ten worst Rotherham United signings under Steve Evans:

Honourable Mentions...

Honourable Mentions...

Looking through some of Steve Evans' signings over the years, it was tough to narrow it down to a definitive top ten. Here are five players who did not quite make the list...

  • Nicky Hunt
  • Lionel Ainsworth
  • Jordan Slew
  • Scott Loach
  • Tom Thorpe

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3 thoughts on “10 Worst Rotherham United Signings under Steve Evans

  1. I don’t agree I think Danny Collins needs to be number 1. Yes Roos was bad but back then I literally looked at the line up saw Danny Collins in the team and groaned, you just knew Rotherham would lose.

  2. Not a big fan of Steve Evans some of his signings were not up to the mark but he kick started Rotherham United kept us in the Chapionship for 2 seasons used the loan system as then to our advantage. I would be surprised if he didnt balance the books with the players in and out over his tenure. I

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