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RUFC - Law 'we are still confident'

RUFC - Law 'we are still confident'

Rotherham United's Nicky Law says him and new boy, Gary Roberts are getting used to each other.

Roberts, who initially signed for a month, is now with the club until the end of the season, and Law are playing together in mid-field, with Law saying it will make the Millers' midfield one to fear.

Law, who has been with the Millers since July, also rates Adam Rundle, who has signed for a month but is expected to sign for longer in January, saying he is a good footballer who likes to play the way we do.'

Speaking to The Advertiser, twenty-one year old Law, says the draw against Luton Town last weekend in the FA Cup was 'frustrating.'

'I thought we were really comfortable at two-one,' the former Sheffield United player said, 'but it was two mistakes that gave them their two goals. It's disappointing but we've just got to go down there and do a job in the replay.

'It will be a tough game but we are in a bit of form and away from home we are confident that we can go anywhere and pick up a win. Despite Tuesday's defeat, confidence is still high.'

Personally, I think Nicky Law is much better on the wing, what does anyone else think?



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday December 4 2009
Time: 9:27AM

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