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RUFC - Moore on Law and Brogan

RUFC - Moore on Law and Brogan

Rotherham United beat Port Vale this afternoon at Vale Park 2-1 with goals from Stephen Brogan and Nicky Law.

Manager, Ronnie Moore spoke about them to Radio Sheffield.

'It was a great finish from Law but that's why he's there. But we need to get him on the ball more. He's got such a talent it's untrue, He's got pace and he waltzes by people for fun. If he sticks in that position I think he'll get a lot of goals.'

Stephen Brogan suffered a double fracture of his leg and was out of the game for fourteen months. He's played a few games for the reserves to get himself match fit and Moore said he was made up for him after he got the first goal today. 'He got in front of Drewe Broughton to get the header in for the goal. If I'd been Drewe I'd have pushed him out of the way! Brogan got a bang on his nose and the first thing he's done when he's got in is look straight in the mirror. I told him he couldn't get any uglier! He's worried about having a broken nose and it is a bit lopsided. He's now proved to himself and everybody else that he's back and proved he can play. He's an attacking minded full back and a player who likes to get involved.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday November 14 2009
Time: 9:45PM

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