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RUFC - Bradley 'disappointing to get nothing'

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Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Bradley admitted that last Saturday`s game with Swindon Town, 'wasn`t the best of games.`

Speaking to Liam Golds of The Advertiser, the former Walsall player said, 'It was like playing at one hundred miles an hour and the number of free kicks in the first half was embarrassing. I don`t think we put more than three or four passes together because it was so stop-start. I got a bit of a neck ache because there were so many balls going over my head but I suppose that`s just League Two football. It wasn't the best of games but, after scoring two goals, it was disappointing not to get anything.'

After saying earlier this week that he was still unsure of his future with the Millers after Manager, Andy Scott, put him on the transfer list in the summer, the twenty-three year old thought he had a good game last time out at Don Valley against Gillingham.

'I thought I came on and gave one of my best performances,` he said, 'and I was happy to get a start against Swindon. I battled hard and ran my hardest, showing the other side of my game, though I don`t really enjoy that. I`d rather be on the ball and passing it - but, you have to win the battle first.`

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Date:Friday September 9 2011

Time: 10:12AM


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