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RUFC - Millers agree fee for Law

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott is resigned to not only losing striker Ryan Taylor but also midfielder Nicky Law, who he has accepted a fee for.

Regarding Nicky Law, Scott told MillersPlayer 'We accepted a fee from a League Two club which we gave a timeline for that to happen but he hasn`t signed for them yet so whether that`s dead in the water we don`t know. We`ve had interest from a League One club and an offer from them that didn`t meet the valuation. We are still anticipating that he will leave but whether we can agree a deal with the club or it goes to a tribunal we will have to see.

'Nicky has been in the League Two Team of the Year for the past two years and we are hoping that we will get a sizeable fee for him.`

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 8 2011

Time: 4:40PM

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Any idea of what team?
Cobbler_Matt
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08/06/2011 21:28:00

I think there's only one League Two club that could afford him - and that's Crawley
herringthorpe
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08/06/2011 21:43:00

Shame that, I like Nicky Law!
rybel_b
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09/06/2011 22:06:00

 

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