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Portsmouth 3 Forest 0

Steve Cotterill's return to Portsmouth, just weeks after leaving Fratton Park for the City Ground, wasn't a happy one with Forest coming back with nothing but a 3-0 defeat.

A fantastic strike on the stroke of half time from Erik Huseklepp (45), following up after a Hayden Mullins effort had come back off the bar, gave Pompey a 1-0 lead going into the half time break.

Having missed a couple of early chances at the start of the second half Dave Kitson (76) finally put the hosts 2-0 up before Huseklepp's (84) second secured the points.

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Date:Saturday November 5 2011

Time: 6:04PM

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expect the same old excuses from cotterill, we heard them many times down here, we now have a temp manager who knows how to get the best out of players even when we are not playing well, cotterill promises much but just doen't deliver PUP
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05/11/2011 18:42:00

LOVE the picture above! Cotterball will say 'Forest were the better team, I don't know how we lost'' or the old classic 'they were over-trained and tired' this game was 3inches away from a 4-0 enjoy Steve Cotterball Forest Fans lol say hello to Nots County next season for us :) Play Up Pompey!
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