Steve Evans brought a lot of success to Rotherham, but he did it using an astronomical amount of players.
Evans made 89 signings in total, signing three of the 86 players on two occasions.
Here’s what those men are up to now.
Scored 14 goals in 48 games for MK Dons in League One.
Made 35 appearances for Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership last season but has since joined Plymouth.
Turned down a Millers return in January to join Cypriot First Division side Omonia Nicosia.
The winger is now playing for Coventry United in the Midland League Premier, the ninth tier of English football.
Never found another club following his 2014 release from the Millers.
A regular for Carlisle in their play-off finish in League Two.
Remains Rotherham’s longest-serving player.
Was released from Bristol Rovers at the end of the campaign, having joined them in January.
Featured heavily for Leyton Orient in their relegation from the Football League.
Plays for Sligo Rovers in the League of Ireland.
Currently playing at National League North Halifax.
Endured a Championship relegation with Wigan.
A key player in Scunthorpe’s run to the play-off semi-finals.
Featured sporadically for Welsh Premier outfit Bangor City last season.
Captaining St Albans City in the National League South.
A key player in Sheffield United’s charge to League One title glory.
Suffered a serious knee injury playing for Notts County at the end of last season.
Now 35, made two appearances for Stockport in the National League North last term.
Helped Tranmere to the National League play-off final.
Playing alongside Shaun Wright-Phillips for United Soccer League side Phoenix Rising in America.
First-team coach at Walsall following his 2016 retirement.
Reunited with Evans at a third club when the manager joined Mansfield, but he was released and has joined Oxford.
A regular for Oxford in League One, playing 38 times but left this summer.
Scored six goals for Plymouth in their League Two title-winning campaign.
The left-back is a team-mate of Nardiello’s at Bangor City.
A key player in Carlisle’s fruitless play-off challenge in League Two.
The defender is with Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock.
A favourite for League Two’s Colchester last season, with 42 appearances.
Notts County’s number one last season, while also running a goalkeeping academy.
A regular for Wolves in the Championship.
Scored seven times in 48 games for Yeovil last term.
Dropped down to the National League to play for Boreham Wood.
The striker enjoyed a prolific season for Luton in League Two, banging in 26 goals in 45 appearances.
Bossed the midfield for Mickleover Sports in the seventh-tier Northern Premier League.
Another of the ex-Millers clan to be enjoying life at Notts County.
The popular midfielder walked away from a new deal at the club.
The one that got away, Tavernier is one of Rangers’ best players.
Bagged four goals in 17 appearances for Oxford last term.
Back at boyhood club Morton in the Scottish Championship.
Had four clubs in the National League last season, the last of which was Eastleigh.
Back playing in his hometown of Bromley, who are in the National League South.
A career loanee, the Slovenian spent time with Bradford but was sent back to Newcastle in January.
An important player for Millwall in their League One play-off challenge.
In action for the Portland Timbers in the MLS.
Failed to get a club following his 2016 Millers release. Had a trial at Coventry while also running a restaurant in Majorca.
The once club-record signing spent the second half of the season on loan at Crewe from Leyton Orient.
Is without a club, having most recently played for Ubon UMT Union in Thailand.
Still with the Millers but his future is in doubt after two rounds of back surgery.
Signed a one-year deal at the Millers.
Proudly sits as Europe’s top goalscoring Englishman after a prolific season for Omonia.
Made eight Premier League appearances for Crystal Palace, but none under Sam Allardyce.
Racked up an impressive 47 appearances for Oldham in League One.
Ended the season as a team-mate of Turgott at Bromley.
The right-back made 34 appearances for Sheffield Wednesday in their run to the play-offs.
Had an influential season for Barnsley in the Championship.
Ruled out for the entirety of Wigan’s season with a knee injury.
Currently enjoying life as a League One title winner with Sheffield United.
Won awards for his performances on loan at Ipswich last season.
Scoring wonder goals for New York Cosmos, a lower league American team.
Could not help York avoid relegation to the sixth tier for the first time in their history.
Still at Arsenal, making five appearances last term.
Made over 30 appearances for Cambridge.
Spent time on loan at Coventry, but could not help them fight off relegation from League One.
The Wickersley lad was without a club since his short-term deal at Doncaster ended in January.
Won Shrewsbury’s player of the season.
Led the line for Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.
The former loanee was a key player in Reading’s promotion challenge.
Made 47 appearances for Peterborough in League One
About to become the club’s record sale.
Made 26 appearances for Bolton in their League One promotion campaign.
Signed a new one-year deal on a pay-as-you-play basis.
Managed just for appearances for MK Dons before a serious knee injury.
Scored 12 goals in 38 games for Southend.
Bagged 19 goals on loan at Dundee United in the Scottish Championship.
Released by Bolton after not featuring for them after November.
Released at the end of his Rotherham contract and is expected to join Cardiff.
Played 36 times for Grimsby in League Two.
Joined Cardiff from the Millers in the January transfer window.
Bagged 17 times for League One’s Oxford.
Signed a new deal at the Millers last month.
Has one year left on his Millers contract but failed to impress last season.
Played for Polish side Legia Warsaw.
Returned to Derby from a loan spell at Bristol City in December.
Released by Rotherham after spending the season on loan at Bolton.
Played 46 times for Ipswich after rejecting a return to Rotherham.
Released by Barnsley after an injury-hit campaign.