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RUFC - Law looking forward to tonight

RUFC - Law looking forward  to tonight

Rotherham United's Nicky Law is returning to the club he was at loan with until he joined the Millers and he says he is looking forward to going back to Valley Parade.

'I'm looking forward to going back there tonight and it will make the game tougher with it being Peter Jackson's first home game in charge at Bradford. They'll be up for it, we know that, but we think it's a game that we can go to and get all three points. The Bradford fans are great and there will be a great atmosphere there but we've got to try and quieten that atmosphere down.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, the twenty-two year old said, 'With the result against Barnet the game against Bradford is a big one and we have to make sure that we go there and get all three points. If we'd have got a win instead of a draw against Barnet then maybe a point at Bradford would have been a good result. We set out seven points from three games although we thought three of those would have come against Barnet so it does give us a bit more pressure going into the Bradford game and I think the first twenty minutes will be massive.

'There's some massive games this month with Shrewsbury, Bury and Chesterfield and it starts with Bradford. But, I think we play better against teams like that than those who are below us because we seem to worry more about the games like Barnet than we do the bigger teams.'

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday March 8 2011
Time: 2:22PM

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