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RUFC- Law 'fans amazing'

Rotherham United winger, Nicky Law can't wait to play at the New Wembley and says that he is desperate for it to come.

Speaking to MillersPlayer after the two-nil win (three-nil on aggregate) over Aldershot at Don Valley this evening, the twenty-two year old said, 'It's something to look forward to and will keep us going everyday in training knowing that you've got one of the best days out you can have in football.

'Everybody says that if you can go up through the play-offs it's the best way and job one is now done and there's just job two to do.

'I've seen both sides of Wembley. I've seen my dad there when he won and last year I went to watch Sheffield United there and it was dreadful when they lost.

'But, I think that spurs you on even more to make sure, when we do get there, that we will be ready for it.

'You don't get to play at Wembley every day, maybe just once in your career and we are going to make sure that we make the most of it.'

Nicky said that the fans were 'amazing' tonight, 'I've never seen Don Valley so full and they made it a really great atmosphere tonight. And, I mean both sets of fans.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday May 20 2010
Time: 12:06AM

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nicky play your best and we're up you are a star
mvmiller
20/05/2010 01:13:00
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Thing is, we've always known we were amazing haven't we!
herringthorpe
20/05/2010 09:21:00
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