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RUFC - Nicky disappointed not to be scoring

Rotherham United midfielder, Nicky Law has told The Advertiser that he is disappointed that he`s not been scoring goals.

'The manager has told me he wants me on the ball and I`ve been trying to get more involved by coming inside,` the former Sheffield United player said, 'but sometimes, in this league, there is a lot of long ball and, as a wide man, it`s tough to get into the game.

'Last year sometimes we were too deep and we decided, as a team, that Kev (Ellison) and I were doing too much defending. Picking up the ball in the right-back position is hard to have any affect on the game so this year we are that little bit higher and we are attacking more as a team. We are getting the ball down and creating a lot more chances and putting them away.`

The twenty-two year old had a hand in two of the four goals against Barnet last Saturday but he admitted that the Millers had a bit of luck saying, 'Andy (Warrington) made three really good saves to keep us in the game. They deserved more and the score line probably looked more convincing that it actually was. But we were the best in the most important area, which was finishing and we`ll take that and we got all three points.`

Talking about the two games next week Nicky, who turned Bradford down after being on loan with them, to join the Millers, is obviously looking forward to playing them on Tuesday at Don Valley. 'What with Chesterfield coming and Bradford they are two huge games and are the sort you want to be playing in and hopefully there will be plenty of goals.

'Chesterfield will fancy themselves coming here but we are confident.'

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Date:Friday September 24 2010

Time: 10:01AM


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