Date: 5th February 2007 at 2:30pm
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Nathan Tyson insists Nottingham Forest are not going to bottle their bid to get back into the Championship.

Forest failed to win yet again and question marks are being raised over whether they have the mental toughness to handle the promotion pressure.

But striker Tyson insists there is no huge concern, despite seeing another winning position squandered after he and Jack Lester had shot Forest ahead.

‘There is no panic. We know what we have to do and things have not been going our way lately, but we are tough enough,’ said Tyson.


Bruce Dyer shot Bradford into an early lead before Forest hit back, only for Billy Paynter’s stoppage time strike to deny Colin Calderwood’s men all three points.


Forest scorer Lester had seemed set to leave in the summer and had been given a rare start yesterday.


In the second half, both teams were unlucky when they had shots cleared off the line.



The Daily Mirror