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RUFC - Scott hoping to keep Taylor and Law

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott will try and keep striker, Ryan Taylor and midfielder Nicky Law at the end of the season.

Both players are out of contract with twenty-two year old Taylor kicking his heels on signing a new one.

Speaking to Les Payne of The Star, Scott said, 'I`m going to be speaking to Ryan and outlining my plans for the future and what I can do for him. Good centre forwards are of a premium and I`m going to try and get him to stay. It would be a shame if he went somewhere else and stopped playing regular first team football.

'I`m going to explain to him how he can progress and hopefully he`ll be interested because he`s got a lot of potential. He`s still young and it`s important that he continues his development and I believe I`m the right man to help him.

'Him and Nicky Law are both under twenty-four which means a club gets compensation, but we don`t want to lose such players.`

Ryan began his career as a trainee with the Millers and has twice had his contract extended. He spent time on loan with Burton Albion four years ago and last year played seven games for Exeter City, coming back with rave reviews from Grecian fans.

Nicky was a member of the Sheffield United Academy and played a handful of games for the first team. He had loan spells with Yeovil and two with Bradford City but chose the Millers over the Bantams in June 2009.

Personally, I'd like to see them both still in a Millers shirt next season.

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Date:Tuesday April 19 2011

Time: 12:28PM


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