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Prutton Wants To Stay

Prutton told the Nottingham Evening Post his future does not depend on Forest getting promotion. 'The more I stay here, the less promotion has to do with it. I'd love to stay. The past couple of months have been the most enjoyable I've had in a long time.
From a personal level it has to be the right thing.'

There is no doubting the 25 year old has added some much needed quality to the Reds midfield since his arrival from Southampton. Manager Colin Calderwood has gone on record saying he would like to tie the player to a permanent deal. Pruttons contract with Southampton runs out in the summer.




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The Journalist

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Date:Friday April 6 2007

Time: 3:58PM

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Johnny Kipper
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06/04/2007 16:07:00

I hope he does stay regardless but I cant help feeling that if we dont go up he will get a better offer.
wemaybefamousagain
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06/04/2007 17:37:00

Time will tell, but he seems genuine.
Juán
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06/04/2007 19:10:00

I believe he is happy here and will stay, but only if we go up. If we are still in League 1 next year, he'll be off.
guinless
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07/04/2007 00:03:00

 

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