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Bradders praise for colleagues

29 January 2014

Rotherham United defender Mark Bradley talks to

Versatile Mark Bradley praised the professionalism of his Rotherham United side as they earned their sixth away win in seven games as they put Tranmere Rovers to the sword last night.

Alex Revell's brace proved decisive at a rain-soaked Prenton Park as Steve Evans' men gave their play-off push a timely boost.

Speaking exclusively to following the clash, Bradley was delighted with his side's display.

"It was a good performance and we defended well although we are disappointed not to have got a clean sheet." he said.

"As soon as we got the first goal, our confidence grew and we controlled the game from that point.”

Bradley was quick to praise Revell, who notched his sixth and seventh goals of the campaign either side of the interval to earn the Millers victory despite a late onslaught from the hosts.

"I'm buzzing for Revs,” he added.

"He puts pressure on himself to score goals and he did fantastic for us tonight."

Bradley was recalled for the clash in Merseyside at the expense of Joe Skarz who missed out after playing in the weekend draw with Crawley.

With high-flying Leyton Orient next on the menu for the Millers on Saturday, Bradley is hoping to retain his place following a stand-out performance against Ronnie Moore's men.

"I'm happy to play and hopefully I can keep my place for Saturday,” he added.

"The lads can't wait for the game against Orient and we want to do it for the fans at home as some of our best performances have come away from home."

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