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Dack aims to continue cooking up a storm

Bradley talks life in the north, feeling at home and being Dominic Samuel's chef!

12 January 2018

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Bradley Dack admits he's loving life as a Rover, even if it means being a chef for one of his team-mates on the side of scoring goals and grabbing assists.

It took a little while for the 24-year-old to settle into life in the north-west, but now he has, the playmaker says that being happy off the pitch has paved the way for his excellent performances on the grass.

"It's been a really good move for me," Dack said adamantly to iFollow.

"At the start I was getting used to new surroundings and was going home quite a bit. It's not home yet but it's getting there.

"I'm happy here and want to help get this club promoted. Right now I'm really enjoying my football and enjoying things here.

"I like it up north, it's alright here actually. It took me a couple of months to settle in and I really enjoy coming into training every day and being around the lads.

"It has an impact on your family and friends when you leave home. When you aren't around it's them that notice it more."

We've seen Dack and Dominic Samuel almost hit it off straight away, with the pair knowing each other from their time at Gillingham and the duo live together after moving up from the south.

But Dack insists it's him who's normally donning the apron and slaving away over a hot stove, particularly before home games.

"I've learnt things after moving away. I've learnt how to cook! I cook spaghetti bolognese with garlic bread for me and Dom [Samuel] on a Friday night before a home match. It's our pre-match routine!"

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