Brogan nets new deal with Millers

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Rotherham defender Stephen Brogan has agreed a new deal with the League Two outfit for next season.

The left-back suffered a double fracture of his left leg during the match at MK Dons in February 2008 and has since endured a frustrating spell on the sidelines.

Brogan's contract expires this summer but the 21-year-old told the Yorkshire Evening Post: "My contract is up but I'm getting another one and it's been agreed."

He added: "I just need to sort a few things out but I'll definitely be at the club next season and, hopefully, be back to how I was.

"Obviously being a local lad the fans have been behind me, which has been a big help. I've been involved all season and my name has kept being mentioned which is nice.

"Hopefully, I'll repay everyone and do the business. Hopefully, I'll be back for the last two games and involved in the 16 and on the bench or whatever."

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