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Coach happy with draw

Middlesbrough coach Mark Proctor regarded it as a point gained following a 0-0 draw at Nottingham Forest.

Neither side could find a winner at the City Ground as Boro remained in second place in the table despite their recent six-game winning run in all competitions finally coming to an end.

"The boys dug in a showed fantastic spirit in their third away game in a week," Proctor told Boro's official website. "We had a gameplan to try to frustrate and maybe try to win it in the latter stages.

"We created a few opportunities on the counter-attack, as they did," he added. "But a point each is probably a fair result and we're pleased with it."

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Date:Wednesday November 7 2012

Time: 12:21AM

 

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