Nottingham Forest’s on-loan midfielder Gary Gardner believes nothing went The Reds’ way as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at home to Sheffield Wednesday yesterday.
The 22-year-old completed his move
on the morning of the match and came on at half-time as Stuart Pearce looked for a way to get his side back into the game.
But Gardner was unable to affect the outcome of the match on a disappointing day at The City Ground.
Speaking after the game, Gardner said: “When it’s not going your way everything goes against you, all the little decisions, and you need those to win a game. Unfortunately today we had nothing going for us.
“I thought the lads did well. It’s a scruffy goal they scored in the first half but we gave it a go.”
Despite defeat on his debut
, Gardner is optimistic about what he can achieve with The Reds and is delighted with the chance to work with his former England Under 21s boss again.
He said: “I’m ready to give 110% and that’s what I’ll do for the club, the fans and the staff here.
“I know the gaffer is hard as nails, I know he’ll get through this.
“I was buzzing that the fans were supporting him. He’s a great character and he wants the players to get stuck in. Unfortunately it didn’t go our way today but we’ll keep going.”
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