Calderwood disappopinted with lack of a cutting edge

Last updated : 01 November 2007 By The Chairman
Nottingham Forest boss Colin Calderwood was disappointed with his teams lack of a cutting edge against the Latics. He has called for more patience after gaining only two points out of the last nine.

Calderwood said, "If anything we tried to force play a little bit too much against Oldham. I think we needed to be more patient in our play. That was the feature of our displays when we had our recent productive run and that's what we have to get back to. We were too keen to get the ball forward quickly and as a result of that we lost possession on too many occasions. There was a need to play the ball early and simple but we failed to do that tonight."

"We've got a point from the game and it's one more to the tally but we were looking for more to start us off on this run of three home games. Having said that, you have to give Oldham credit for the positive manner in which they approached the game. For our part we know we know that we have to improve on our performance tonight against Tranmere on Saturday."