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RUFC - Taylor and Law doubts for Monday

RUFC - Taylor and Law doubts for Monday

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott thought striker, Ryan Taylor did 'alright` in the two-all draw with Northampton last night.

Taylor scored the Millers` second goal that gave them a two-nil lead going into half-time but was replaced by Ian Thomas-Moore on sixty-four minutes.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield after the game, Scott said, 'Ryan`s come off with a back injury but we hope it`s not too bad although it`s a worry for Monday.

'I didn`t really want to take him off but he said he was struggling with it and we didn`t want to make it any worse otherwise he would definitely have been out on Monday.`

Millers midfielder, Nicky Law also came off last night with an injury and his manager said, 'He got a whack to the ankle and we`re hopeful that a bit of ice and a rest and it will be OK. But, obviously, we`ll assess him over the weekend.`

Andy Warrington and Ian Thomas-Moore were on the bench last night and Scott said, 'Andy`s trained for the last couple of days and it was good to have him back on the bench and Ian came on. We`ve got everyone fit and ready and with the couple of injuries tonight it looks like we are going to need them for Monday.`

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday April 23 2011
Time: 10:49AM

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