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Commons Out To Silence Boo Boys

To say that Kris Commons left Nottingham Forest in less than ideal circumstances, would be the understatement of the year. He makes his first visit back to his former club in tonights' FA Cup 4th round replay at the City Ground and he's expecting a tough time from the home support.

Kris Commons went from hero to zero following his summer move to the Sheepdip and immediately lost any credibility on the hallowed streets of Nottingham.

Talking to the Derby Evening Telegraph ahead of the game, he hopes to silence the City Ground boo boys with a decent performance.

KC said. "There will be a couple more Forest fans there to give me abuse this time but I`ve had it since I was about 17-years-old. It goes in one ear and out the other. I`m looking forward to it and it would be a great one to win for the fans. There is no doubt that if we play like we have done in the last couple of games, we will win the game."






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Date:Wednesday February 4 2009

Time: 8:35AM

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