Rotherham United bring in Febian Brandy, Frazer Richardson

Rotherham manager Steve Evans kisses his medal after the Sky Bet League One Playoff Final between Leyton Orient and Rotherham United at Wembley Stadium on May 25, 2014
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Championship new boys Rotherham United take their tally of summer signings to 10 with the acquisitions of striker Febian Brandy and full-back Frazer Richardson on frees.

Championship newcomers Rotherham United have taken their week's tally of recruits to four with the double signing of Febian Brandy and Frazer Richardson.

Former Middlesbrough and Leeds United full-back Richardson has signed a two-year contract with the Millers after leaving the Riverside Stadium as a free agent.

Brandy, who learned his trade in the Manchester United academy, joins after having reached an agreement to have his Sheffield United deal terminated.

The duo follow left-winger Ryan Hall and central defender Richard Wood in arriving at the New York Stadium in the past 48 hours as Steve Evans looks to bolster his squad following promotion from League One.

Rotherham-born Richardson, 31, brings with him the experience of over 300 Football League appearances, while pacey striker Brandy, 25, is moving to his eighth club in six seasons.

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