Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow says The Reds are not getting the rub of the green following last night’s 1-0 defeat at home to Charlton Athletic.Jordan Cousins’ late strike handed The Addicks all three points on a night where Forest twice hit the post and saw a Greg Halford header cleared off the line and Darlow says good fortune is evading the team at present.
He told Forest Player after the game: “Things just aren’t running for us at the moment. We hit the post twice and had one cleared off the line so that’s frustrating. But we’ll keep going and hopefully things will turn round for us in the near future.
“We are very disappointed that we couldn’t come up with the goods at home. We put in a lot of effort but unfortunately one break off the post helps them stick the ball into an empty net.”
The game saw Gary Brazil take charge of Forest for the first time and Darlow says the squad will continue to give their all for the temporary manager as they seek to turn their poor run of form around.
He said: “We lacked a little bit of confidence having not won for a while but I thought we played some good football. The only thing we’re lacking is that cutting edge up top and that’s something that has to improve.
“Gary Brazil has got us organised in 48 hours and has done a great job. We’ll get back to work on the training ground and go again on Saturday because there is plenty to play for. We’ll rally around Gary and work hard as a team.”
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