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Calderwood On Forest v Bradford

Speaking to the official site, Colin Calderwood reflected on his sides draw away at Bradford:

'We created chances and played well for the vast majority of the game. We responded well to their early goal, and were in good control after that.'

'We were powerful throughout the second half, and broke with pace. We should have scored and if we had been 3-1 up, the game would have been ours.'

'There are a lot of positives to be taken from the game, the only negative was the late goal. The rest is quite pleasing.'

Picking apart the sides performance, he said:

'How we are feeling now should not mask some excellent performances, Scott Dobie put in an excellent performance. I thought he had scored, and jumped up with everyone else but it was a fantastic recovery by edgehill to clear the ball off the line.'

'Jack played really well, and Prutton proved he is a quality player. His experience is going to be invaluable to us.'

In conclusion, Calderwood added:

'I think we deserved the win for our performance, I would have been delighted for a point at Carlise, but I am not delighted with a point here.'




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Date:Saturday February 3 2007

Time: 8:34PM

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