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RUFC - Bradley 'Saturday was a learning curve'

Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Bradley said he wasn't really happy with his first league start for the Millers, saying he would have like to have got on the ball a lot more.

Speaking to MillersPlayer after the one-one draw with Stevenage at the weekend, the Welsh International said, 'I thought it was a difficult game and I didn't get much of the ball so was a bit disappointed. They played three in midfield so I was really doing a defensive job and I was fighting for second balls and they were going over my head a lot.

'I did a lot of tracking of runners and the goal speaks for itself, really. I was tracking a midfield player in the box and I did that quite a lot during the game defensively. They had some big lads and we battled with them all day and I didn't really see much of the ball so I think one-one is probably a fair result.

'I think today has been a bit of a learning curve, to be honest.'

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Date:Tuesday October 12 2010

Time: 4:02PM

 

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