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He only got a handful of starts under Billy Davis's in his two year reign at the club who preffered the more workman like anderson, aswell as dealing with a knee injury which had plagued him for a long time which may give one an idea as to why he hasn't had as much impact as one would of liked in his time with us. He only played under three mangers, he was mainly used as an impact substitute under Colin Calderwood and Billy Davis until Steve Cottrells arrival. He was injured througout Steve Mclarens tenure. To say he was just putting himself in the shop window would suggest he never tried before his prolific final few months at forest which I find very hard to believe considering the lads attitude and where he has had to work his way up from. I don't think he had planned on Steve Cottrell coming in and giving him a decent run in the side which obviously improved him as a player and gave him confidence not to mention getting over his injury. I would also say his 'run now think later' as suggested above has now been erased because of this as game time is key to a players development and decision making. I can honestly say without his contribution we would now be preparing for life in League One. He's not irreplaceable but free scoring quick two footed tricky wingers at this level are not cheap. As long as he is injury free I think he will give a good account of himself in the prem.

Posted By: tarder

Date/Time: 31/07/2012 18:04:00

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