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No Extra Joy For O'Driscoll

Bristol City boss Sean O'Driscoll did not feel any extra satisfaction that the win for City came against his old club Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

The Robins boss was sacked by Forest at Christmas after beating Leeds United 4-2.

But he has said all along that he did not see this game as a chance to extract revenge on his old employees.

And after seeing his side come out 2-0 winners against Forest, he could only reiterate that he was not going to gloat, he saw second-half goals from Steve Davis and Marvin Elliott seal the win and said afterwards the points were no more valuable than usual.

'People asked me if I wanted to win more because we were playing Forest and I didn't understand the question.

'How could I want to win more than usual? If that was the case I must have been approaching other games the wrong way.

'Forest are a great club with a great fan base. What they need is great owners.

'It was all about Bristol City for me today and I'm pleased that with a number of key players absent we turned in a decent performance.'




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 10 2013

Time: 1:49PM

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I bet he secretly had a good old s******* to himself on saturday night
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