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Tricky Tree Will cut to size

Less than a month into his Nottingham Forest loan spell, young forward Will Hoskins could be about to return to Watford.

The former Rotherham man has scarcely been given a chance at the club, but injury has meant he may return to the mother club.

Hoskins made his forest debut a fortnight ago against Millwall who he was previously on-loan at for a 3month period prior to Christmas.

'We need to try to find a way to get him back as quickly as possible, but at the moment we don't see a way forward and it's disappointing for him and us.' Said Forest boss Colin Calderwood.

Bad news for the Hornets too as it means that Calderwood is highly unlikely to sign the frontman having not been able to run the rule over him for a lengthy period.

Good luck in recovery Will.




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Date:Monday February 25 2008

Time: 7:10PM

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Damn shame for him and Forest. We were kinda hoping he'd be the answer to our striker problems. He didn't look too bad in the couple of games he played, apart from not being match fit.
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I'm surprised he wasn't fit; he played quite frequently at Millwall...
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