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AUDIO: Nottingham Forest assistant manager's press conference after draw with Watford
David Kelly labelled Nottingham Forest’s 1-1 draw with Watford "a good advertisement for the Championship" but was disappointed with the defensive wall for Lewis McGugan’s superb second-half free-kick.
The former Forest midfielder curled the ball around the wall and inside the top corner of goalkeeper Karl Darlow’s near post to bring Watford level and the Forest assistant boss said: "What is that old saying about a good advertisement for the Championship...It was a good game. We’re really pleased with how we played and how we attacked.
"We’re very disappointed with the goal. We worked all week on set plays and people being in certain positions for the wall and if the right person had been on the right end of the wall it might not have gone in. But it’s a good point against one of the teams that’s going to be up their challenging.
Asked further about the free-kick, Kelly said: "It was a bit disappointing because we hadn’t set the wall up as we should have done. Who knows? If the person had been there it might have hit him in the face but we had enough chances to finish the game off well before they scored and we had three or four one-on-ones with the keeper, Almunia made a worldie from Ishmael Miller and we were a little disappointed we weren’t more clinical."
You can listen to the whole of Kelly's press conference below.
Please note the audio does contain language some may find offensive.
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