Date: 21st September 2014 at 4:48pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has said that whilst he accepts clear cut chances were at a premium in the game against Nottingham Forest yesterday, he has no idea how both teams failed to score given the end to end action that took place.

Speaking to the official site following the game, the gaffer was however delighted to see us keep a clean sheet again for the first time since August and the match against Fulham, and of course it brings an end to our recent run of losses and draws a good line under that.

‘I’m gobsmacked that it finished 0-0 to be honest. Before the game I told everybody that there was no way it would finish 0-0 but there you go. I thought their goalkeeper pulled off some great saves, especially the one from Ranegie in the second half. We needed that to go in because if it did I’m sure we would have gone on to win the game.’

As we didn’t, Holloway was instead going to take the positives from yet another ‘good, solid’ performance from the lads, but with that said he admits he expects nothing less from them now on that score.

‘We’ve played well for the most part this week but we’ve only picked up one point from nine so we’ll have to regroup and go again.’

Ollie did also confirmed that Carlos Edwards who came off in the fourth minute has suffered a ‘serious’ knee injury, but the severity is not yet known as they are letting it settle before he goes for the obligatory scans.

Hopefully it won’t quite be as bad as Ollie thinks at the moment.

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