Nottingham Forest deputy manager Ned Kelly told Forest Player of his disappointment following this afternoon’s 0-0 draw at home to Doncaster Rovers.The Reds couldn’t find a way past Paul Dickov’s resilient Rovers on a frustrating afternoon at The City Ground.
Kelly said: “We’re a little disappointed we didn’t get the three points. Credit to Doncaster, they came back into it in the second half and Karl made some good saves, but we were disappointed not to capitalise on some good pressure, especially in the first 20 minutes.”
Andy Reid made his first start since undergoing a hernia operation but was forced off again midway through the second half.
Kelly revealed: “He’s got a bit of a hamstring pull and we’ll have a look at him tomorrow. He’s done brilliantly to get back from his hernia operation so quickly. Hopefully it’s not a bad one because he is a special type of player who gives us that little bit of an edge going forward.
“The players have a tremendous belief in each other and did try to keep going, but we just couldn’t get that goal we were desperate to give the home supporters.”
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