Date: 24th June 2012 at 2:30pm
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Craig Bryson is looking forward to the new season and especially the chance to continue Derby County’s dominance over local rivals Nottingham Forest when the sides meet in September. Having swept the board with the player of the year awards in an impressive first season and making it into the Scotland squad for their end of season friendly against USA Bryson is looking to take things on this season and hopefully help take The Rams higher up the Championship table. Talking to dcfc.co.uk Bryson said:

‘Coming to Derby a year ago from Kilmarnock was a great career move and I’m really excited about what the future holds at Pride Park. Last year was a good one personally and for the team, so I’m eager to get back into the swing of things. Having done the double over Forest last season we know how special it was for our fans so that game was one of the first I looked out for, and to be going there in September, like last season, means we’ve got an early opportunity to see if we can extend our winning run against them.’

 

2 Replies to “Bryson Relishing Forest Clash”

  • Dominance?! You’re having a laugh, although nice choice of words I do think you’re gettign a wee bit ahead of yourself. Having said that I’m now recalling all the maulings Forest have suffered at the hands of the Mghty and dominant force of Derby of the last few years. Might just have a flutter on you running away with the title this year with them 6 points you may get from us as you continue your domination. Ha ha!

  • Easy to get a bite then…. you do have a point though after you beat us at the City Ground in September… oh wait…. but then there was the game at Pride Park…. ah okay…. no, i’m done…. well done sir, point proven, Forest are clearly the better team!!!!

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