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Perch: Cup Game Unwelcome

Nottingham Forest utility man James Perch believes the club's upcoming cup matches are an unwelcome distraction from the league.

Top-of-the-table Forest have two cup clashes - against Bristol City in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Wednesday and Salisbury in the FA Cup four days later - before they return to League One action on December 5.

Perch told the Evening Post: 'To be honest, I'd much rather concentrate on the league because we're on fire at the moment.

'We're playing well and we just need to keep getting the points.'

Forest hold a six-point lead at the top of the table after winning five of their last six league games.






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Date:Monday November 27 2006

Time: 8:52PM

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Surely you just want to play a game every day when confidence is that high, regardless of the competition? I don't think this is the most positive comment to make under the circumstances as he makes it sound like he can't be arsed.
wemaybefamousagain
I,D HAVE TO AGREE THE JOHNSONS PAINT GAME IS A BIG HINDERANCE WITH THE F.A CUP ON SATURDAY,JUST A KEEPING OF MINDS ON THE JOB IN HAND,AND NO INJURIES I HOPE.
CORKY BAKER
 

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