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Holloway sends a warning to Forest

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Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has warned Nottingham Forest not to expect an easy ride in their forthcoming Coca-Cola Championship play-off semi-final.

The Seasiders will face Forest over two legs, with the winner facing Cardiff or Leicester at Wembley. And Holloway has promised his side will go into the play-offs with a positive approach as they look to secure promotion.

"I know that we can have a right good gamble at it," he said. "And I don't think you'll see us as nervous as we were, because we've done something now and I don't think the other supporters will think that."

Holloway added: "We now want to refocus. I'll let them celebrate because I've been in football long enough to understand what an achievement this is, but if you start resting on your laurels then you're not going to get anywhere."

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