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RUFC - Robins Happy To Have Nicky On Board

Rotherham completed the signing of Nicky Law on Thursday and Mark Robins is delighted to have the midfielder at the Don Valley Stadium.

The Rotherham manager signed Law, the son of former Millers defender Nicky Law Snr, from Sheffield United and is delighted with his capture: 'I am very happy to have Nicky on board,' Robins told The Star. 'There was other interest from elsewhere so I am absolutely delighted to get him.'

21-year-old Law was limited to just two starts for Sheffield United, although his full debut was against Manchester United in the Premier League, and he spend most of last season on loan with another of his father former sides Bradford.

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Date:Friday June 12 2009

Time: 1:42PM

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i think this is a very good signing
mvmiller
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12/06/2009 14:59:00

a very good signing for you , good luck next season .
Kimbo
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14/06/2009 12:26:00

Things are sounding very promising!!
rybel_b
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14/06/2009 22:49:00

Hope he can keep the ball down better than his dad!
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17/06/2009 09:07:00

 

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