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RUFC - Law looking forward to play-offs

RUFC - Law looking forward to play-offs

Rotherham United`s Nicky Law is that the club are able to cement a place in the play-offs.

Speaking to MillersPlayer the twenty-two year old said, 'Since we`ve dropped out of the top three it`s the play-offs we are aiming for. Unfortunately, we didn`t get three points on Saturday and with the three games that are left we want maximum points to ensure we get in the play-offs.`

Speaking about the run they had with four losses in a row, the former Sheffield United player said he couldn`t put his finger on why it happened but said, 'Hopefully, that`s our blip done now and we`ve started to hit the form at the right time. We`re up-beat so we`re hoping to take that into the play-offs, and if we get there then we`ll be confident we can win it.

'It`s exciting at the moment thinking about Wembley, and, if you can do it, it`s the best way to go up.`

The first of those three games is tomorrow at Barnet and Law said he thought the best performance of the season was the game against Barnet at Don Valley, as Ronnie Moore took over as Manager. 'At the time they were third and we were second and we started like a house on fire and were three-nil up in twenty minutes and that makes the game easy for you.

'If the plan comes together, we will be hoping to do the same tomorrow.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday April 23 2010
Time: 4:33PM

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