ROTHERHAM Titans' coach Andy Key says 13 of last season's squad are likely to be offered new deals to stay at the club - but over 20 will be shown the door.
Key has worked hard to piece together a squad for next season, including the core of the playing roster he inherited, while a catalogue of new players will come in.
He told the Advertiser: "We’ve come off the back of a poor season by Rotherham standards of old and we need to address that, part of my role is to review everything and to look at what needs to stay and what needs to change."
The first signings are expected to be announced next week and there's a two-page look at where the club can learn from their Annus Horribilis in this week's Advertiser.
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