Date: 5th November 2006 at 2:00pm
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Boss Colin Calderwood felt Nottingham Forest were given a lift by striker Nathan Tyson’s return from injury as a substitute against Brentford.
Tyson, who suffered a knee ligament injury on the opening day of the season, came on after 66 minutes as Forest went on to win 2-0.

‘When I announced it before the game, the rest of the squad gave Nathan a round of applause,’ Calderwood said.

‘They are glad to see him back, and I knew it would lift the crowd as well.’




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2 Replies to “Calderwood Praises Tyson Comeback”

  • CC is a smart cookie. Including Tyson in the squad was a very good use of physchology – both to lift the home dressing room and deflate he opposition.

  • Good to have him back, gives us more options which keeps everyone on thier toes. Can only be good for our promo push. Come on you Reds!

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