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Rotherham United midfielder-cum-defender-cum winger-cum jack of all trades, Mark Bradley says he is fit and raring to go tomorrow.

Speaking to MillersPlayer the Welsh international said that with the injuries to Dale Tonge and Nicky Hunt he would hope to be filling in at the KC Stadium tomorrow.

Having played in most of the pre-season friendlies and grabbing a couple of goals, the twenty-four year old said, 'I really enjoyed the first goal I scored against Donny but the goal the other day, which was a little tap-in, was nice.'

Speaking about Hull City Mark said, 'They are a Championship team so will be full of quality and it will be a stern test for us though we've done really well against the teams who are above us in pre-season. Hopefully we will take some confidence out of that and take it into the Hull game.'





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Date:Friday August 10 2012

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