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RUFC - Law 'we're as good as anyone'

RUFC - Law 'we're as good as anyone'

Rotherham United's Nicky Law is expecting to go to Bury tomorrow and attack and hopefully come home with all three points.

'Bury are one of those teams you would have wanted at the start of the season when they weren't doing very well,' the twenty-one year old told The Advertsier. 'But they've picked up again although you know you won't go anywhere in this league and have an easy game. But, we know we are as good as anyone and will go there and attack.'

Speaking about the Notts County game last weekend at Don Valley, Nicky said, 'They have players who are too good for this league and I think we showed them a bit too much respect at the start. They passed the ball well and the formation they play makes it tough for you. They're good at what they do and we found it tough, especially in the first half. We got amongst them in the second half and defended well although there was a couple of close calls towards the end. But, with our workrate, I think we deserved a point.

'The draw was important because it keeps the distance the same between us and County in the table and keeps us close to the top.'

Law admits that his form has taken a dip lately saying, 'I picked up a bit of a freak injury and from the Morecambe game it messed me up a bit and, with missing training, it's been tough to get back in the rhythm but I thought I was a lot better in the second half last Saturday.'

Manager, Ronnie Moore, says, 'Nicky has to give us a bit more when he's playing out wide. He should be coming inside and not always going down the line and against Notts he showed us what he could do playing centrally.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 23 2009
Time: 9:08AM

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