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RUFC - Law 'not given up on automatic places'

Rotherham United midfielder, Nicky Law says the team have to set their sights high to avoid having the agonies of the play-offs again this season.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, Law, who will be twenty-three next week, said, 'The next two weeks could make or break the season. It`s that big.

We haven`t given up on second or third spot yet, with ten games to go there`s thirty points to play for.

'I think you can say that the top spot has gone but second or third is still reachable but we don`t want the gap to become too big. And, we don`t want a situation where four or five teams are playing for one automatic spot.

'We really need to be looking to win our next three games and there`s no reason why we can`t. We`ve got a good record against Chesterfield recently and we don`t fear going there. We will be expected to win at Lincoln and then we have Shrewsbury which will be a tough one but at home we would expect to win that one as well and the aim is nine points from our remaining games this month.`

Nicky, like a few of the Millers' players, is out of contract at the end of the season but he says now isn`t the time to be talking about it.

'Promotion is the number one aim and that`s what we`re all concentrating on,` he said. 'Considering the importance of the next two months it`s not really time to be talking new contracts but, at the end of the season, I`m sure we will sit down and talk.`

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Date:Friday March 18 2011

Time: 9:38AM

 

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