Date: 26th August 2012 at 8:05am
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It’s been a solid and fairly impressive start to Sean O’Driscoll’s reign as Forest manager and his three games in charge sees him with a win and two draws from the opening games.

Two of those draws have come away from home, at Huddersfield in midweek and at Bolton on Friday night. Although it’s still early days, the indications from the first three games suggests that Forest fans are in for an entertaining season to say the least.

O’Driscoll told the official site in his post match interview on Friday, that he was pleased with how things were progressing so far and that the point from the 2-2 draw at the Reebok was deserved.”We got an unbelievable goal from Lewis and I don`t know whether we got complacent or Bolton upped the ante but we ended up hanging on until half time really. This is the first time we’ve come back from being a goal behind so it was a good test of how the players would react. Credit to them, they did so in a positive manner and deservedly got the equaliser.”

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