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Earnshaw Back In Contention For Norwich Game

Forest striker and top scorer Robert Earnshaw, hopes to be back in time to face one of his former clubs, when the Reds' take on Norwich City at home on Saturday.

Earnshaw has missed the last two games with a calf strain and will train for the first time tomorrow. The club will wait to see if there's any adverse effects from the workout before making a decision.

His availability could give Calderwood a selection poser, after both Garner and Tyson scored at the weekend. A fit Earnshaw would probably edge one of the pair out of the starting eleven, but CC may be tempted to stick with the side that earned a 2-2 draw at Bristol. With 5 goals to his name so far this campaign, I say bang him in.




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Date:Wednesday November 19 2008

Time: 10:48AM

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IM GLAD YOU BOYS TOOK HIM OFF OUR HANDS HE WAS ABSOLUTELY DUMP LAST SEASON ATLEAST HE LOOKS BETTER THIS SEASON THEN AGAIN ITS JUST A CASE OF BIG FISH IN A VERY SMALL POND AINT IT
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21/11/2008 11:43:00

another draw on sat ????...... or is it back to losing ways ?
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21/11/2008 12:38:00

Sky Jinx could be back, after the Derby lay off?
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