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Calderwood - We've Got To Do Our Job

This weekend will be a crucial one for all three teams chasing the one remaining automatic place in League 1. But Forest boss Colin Calderwood wants his players to forget about the rest and get on with winning their remaining two games.

Forest travel to Hartlepool tomorrow and a win there will guarantee a sellout City Ground the following week for the final game of the season with Yeovil.

Calderwood told the official site. 'We've got to do our job first and foremost, which means we will let everyone else talk and write about what might happen. But the fact that we are still in the hunt has brought a sense of excitement to the club. You just never know what might happen - we've just got to do our best to make sure the teams above us have to win. The only way we can do that is by winning our last two games, then we'll see where we are.'

It's hard to believe that we are back in the chase, after the chance looked to have been thrown away a few weeks ago. But Forest will be backed by the usual healthy away following who will be keeping an ear out for the results of Donny and Carlisle, in the hope that they trip up yet again. It can't happen......can it?





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Date:Friday April 25 2008

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