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RUFC - Law expecting tough game at Torquay

RUFC - Law expecting tough game at Torquay

Rotherham United's last gasp goal scorer at Port Vale on Saturday, Nicky Law, isn't expecting an easy game at Torquay this weekend.

Speaking to MillersWorld, the former Sheffield United player said, 'Torquay had a tough start to the season but they've picked up a bit recently. The pitch is usually decent there but it's a difficult place to go. Hopefully we'll have a bit of confidence, go there and make it three wins in three.'

Speaking about the game against Port Vale, the twenty-one year old said, 'I think it's the best we've played since the new manager's been here. We passed the ball well and it was a good result.

'I haven't played down the middle since I've been here and it was a bit weird at first but as the game went on I got used to it and enjoyed it. I do like playing in the middle but it's good playing down the right with Tongey (Dale Tonge). He's a great right back to play with and he helps you out a lot and we've forged a good partnership.'

So, what do you, the Millers fans think - is Nicky Law better at playing down the middle or do you like to see him on the wing?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday November 18 2009
Time: 4:54PM

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