Date: 24th February 2008 at 7:42am
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After nine away games without a win, Forest manager Colin Calderwood was understandably relieved as well as delighted with the 1-0 win at Orient.

A second half strike from Junior Agogo gave the Reds there first win on their travels since the 2-0 win over Brighton back in December.

Calderwood told the official site. ‘It is a rewarding day and a huge relief, the players showed commitment right to the end of the game, it is a big result for us and stops an untidy run. It was a solid hard working display, we controlled the game and were not in much danger throughout.’

Forest now have some time off before the next game a week on Monday. That game will be the crunch game against Carlisle at the City Ground. The Reds sit just one point ahead of them in the table, but the Cumbrians do have a game in hand.


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