TRIBUTES have been paid to former Millers star John McGlashan, who has died aged just 50.
Scotsmas John played for Rotherham from 1994-97 and played 74 times in midfield.
That included being in the squad for the club's first-ever Wembley triumph in the Auto Windscreens Shield triumph of 1996.
From Dundee, he went on to have a long professional career, playing for nine clubs after beginning with Montrose in 1988.
After Rotherham, John then returned for a brief spell with his home-town team in Dundee and his final club was Arbroath and he then moved into management in Scotland before retiring from the game.
He died on Wednesday.
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