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RUFC - Law talks about leaving Bradford

RUFC - Law talks about leaving Bradford

Rotherham United's Nicky Law says the toughest decision he has had to make so far in his life was telling Bradford Manager, Stuart McCall that he wouldn't be staying at Valley Parade.

Nicky began his career at Bramall Lane and went out on loan for two months to Yeovil Town before twice going out on loan to Bradford City - firstly for two months and then again eventually staying until the end of the season. In his time with the Bantams, Nicky scored five goals, one at Don Valley against the Millers, and it was probably during that game that ex Millers Manager, Mark Robins began to take an interest in him.

Speaking to Dave Craven of The Yorkshire Post, the twenty-one year old, and son of ex-Miller and ex-Bradford Manager, Nicky Law snr, said, 'Bradford is a great place with some great players but I just felt that going to Rotherham was right. Turning Bradford down and actually telling Stuart was really hard. I have great admiration for him and for what he has done for my career. He's the best I've worked with and he gives everyone so much confidence to go and play with freedom and a smile on your face. I'll be forever grateful to him.'

Speaking about the Millers, Nicky said, 'We've done well in the league and if it wasn't for giving away some sloppy points we'd be even better. We are positive going into the game at Bradford and it's important to get back to winning ways.

'I loved my time at Bradford and am looking forward to going back.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday December 12 2009
Time: 9:24AM

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