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Forest Concern Over Injured Pair

Danny Cullip and John Curtis were both forced off during the first half.

Calderwood said: 'Cullip's looks like a muscle tear, so he may be out for a while. Curtis may also be out for some time, but we will wait and see.

'But I am delighted with how we performed, as we snatched a victory from what looked like being a draw.'

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Date:Sunday September 10 2006

Time: 11:34AM

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was only a matter of time with the pair of them to be honest - both are injury prone.
chairbear
So both will be out against Rovers Saturday week? Still, I guess you've got plenty of cover for them both eh! Whilst I'm on here, you may be interested to hear that Gareth Taylor had a blinder on Friday night, and has done reasonably well for us far. Only one goal (great goal mind) as yet but very strong and has linked up play well. Will be interesting to see, if he stays clear from injury and suspension, how he does against you lot - revelling in playing his former club or struggling trying to impress too much? If you're interested in any TRFC info from the fans, check out our VitalFootball site. Struggling on the forum front as it's inevitably hard to get going, but we're updating stories very regularly. I'm the new editor and with my co-ed we're trying our best to resurrect it and make it as popular as it should be!
TheSherriff
 

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