SAD NEWS FOR MILLERS: Rotherham United confirmed key midfielder departure

Bristol Rovers have agreed to acquire Jamie Lindsay, a former Rotherham United midfielder, according to X correspondent Pete O’Rourke.
Bristol Rovers are preparing for their first full season under Matt Taylor’s leadership. It is hoped that under his leadership, the Gas will make significant progress in League One. The manager has wasted little time in making this squad his own, with a slew of new signings arriving at the Memorial Stadium.

Taylor appears to be preparing to reconcile with a familiar face.

According to X reporter Pete O’Rourke, Bristol Rovers has agreed to sign midfielder Jamie Lindsay, who is free after his contract with relegated Rotherham United expired.

The 28-year-old Scot will have a physical with the Gas today as he prepares to team up with Taylor for the second time. Lindsay had played at Rotherham for five years, scoring eight goals and providing six assists in 161 appearances. Image

Smart business.
Taylor and Bristol Rovers appear to have made the right decision in signing Lindsay as he develops a new-look squad in the south west. Lindsay will already know what to anticipate from his new boss, which should make the move easier. That works both ways, so Taylor can rapidly capitalize on the former Celtic youngster’s strengths and integrate him into the team. Lindsay has also had success at this level, having competed in the Championship. He has two goals and five assists in 50 League One games, but with 92 appearances in the second division, he offers vital experience to the Gas’ midfield.

He primarily plays as a central midfielder but is also adept in more advanced positions.

or deeper duties. Lindsay has previously stepped in on the right side of midfield.
Busy window to date.
Taylor has wasted little time in bringing new faces to Bristol Rovers this summer, and the signing of Lindsay implies they aren’t about to slow down anytime soon.

Josh Griffiths has joined on loan from West Brom and is expected to become Taylor’s number one.

Taylor Moore, Michael Forbes (on loan), Dan Ellison, Clinton Mola, Bryant Bilongo, and Joel Senior have all joined the defense. That has been the primary focus of recruitment thus far, with signings further up the pitch also required.

Isaac Hutchinson appears to be Antony Evans’ successor in midfield, while Ruel Sotiriou is the only acquisition in attack.

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