Date: 15th August 2008 at 6:18pm
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Former Cardiff City striker Robert Earnshaw seems like he’s relishing the opportunity to face the Swans on Saturday.

The Forest striker says he won’t be bothered either by the stick he is expected to receive from the Jack Army faithful.

Earnshaw could be Forest’s lone striker tomorrow as Calderwood is missing a number of forwards including Joe Garner and former Manchester United and Newcastle frontman Andrew Cole.

Earnshaw told BBC Sport:

‘If I don’t get a lot of stick I will be shocked,’ said Earnshaw, a record breaking goal-scorer at Cardiff.

‘I’ve never played a club game at Swansea but I’m looking forward to it – I’m ready for any stick.’

‘Swansea have built a decent foundation for success,’ said Earnshaw.

‘They’ve a very forward-thinking manager who wants to better the team and bring in quality players, Swansea haven’t had that for a long time.’



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