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Spot On Holt Sees Off Killie

Nottingham Forest cruised to a 3-1 win, with a hat trick of penalties for the Reds' Grant Holt, in the first of three friendlies in Scotland. This was said to be the toughest of the three games the Reds would face, with games against Dunfermline and Motherwell to follow.

Forest put out as strong a side as they could considering their current injury problems, with Agogo and Clingan making welcome returns. Kilmarnock had the quality of want away striker Steven Naithsmith on show to busy the Reds defence, but it was his strike partner Nish who got Killie's consolation goal.

Forest take on Dunfermline on Thursday, followed by Motherwell on Saturday.




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Date:Wednesday July 25 2007

Time: 7:10AM

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A good morale booster but its all about knitting together and getting the fitness levels up. Hopefully Agogo will get a longer run out against Dunfermiline as someone needs to put pressure on the front two.
wemaybefamousagain
The 3 pens flattered us a bit, but it was a decent game for a friendly
Johnny Kipper
 

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