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Forest to Talk to Calderwood

Northampton Chairman David Cardoza confirmed an offical approach from Nottingham Forest over the weekend had been accepted.

Cardoza said 'I can confirm that Colin has been given permission to talk to them and he is flying back from his family holiday to see what they have to say. As we have said to Ipswich Town i expect the matter to be resolved very quickly as our planning for next season is of paramount importance.

Cardoza speaking on the Cobblers offical site continued 'As we have said before we will not enter in to any speculation. We will simply deal with factual information and we will update our supporters as soon as there is anything else to say.'

Forest have been linked with several Managers since Megsons departure but this is the first concrete move, that will see ex Red Calderwood talk with Arthur and Doughty.




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Date:Monday May 29 2006

Time: 11:20AM

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I reckon Calderwood would do you well.
red_gilly
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29/05/2006 11:30:00

What style of football does he like?
The Major Oak
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29/05/2006 11:40:00

would you guys be happy with calderwood?
laticscarl
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29/05/2006 13:06:00

yeah i think it could be a good move for him
green giant 12
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29/05/2006 13:39:00

is MON still in line as Director of Football?
chairbear
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29/05/2006 16:48:00

its nice that swindon oldham and plymouth care about whats going on!
vertigo_red
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30/05/2006 10:02:00

 

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