MICHAEL DAWSON A LOOK AT HIS CAREER

Michael Dawson is a player whose career would be seen as what could have been if not for injuries. The Nottingham Forest defender is one of the players that have been forgotten on recent years despite his brilliant stint in the Premier League.

Just under a decade ago in 2010 the then Tottenham defender was voted the club’s player of the season for his excellent performances. During that period Dawson was considered one of the best defenders in the league.

FOREST MISS MICHAEL DAWSON

Nottingham Forest were largely underwhelming against Norwich City as the effect of losing Michael Dawson to injury was laid bare for us to see. The defender has been a big miss for his club as he continues his spell on the sidelines.

Forest should have seen off the challenge of Norwich City with Dawson in that team. The defender is known to be a leader who marshals the defense pretty well and indeed the whole team.

Michael Dawson Aiming To Inspire Nottingham Forest To Top-Flight Return

Michael Dawson has taken a reverse form where it all started on a mission to conclude what he begins with the Nottingham Forest. It is thirteen-and-a-half years when Dawson left the club. He started his football journey with the club watching from the terraces the player while he was the teenage trainee. And now a wiser and a more experienced Dawson has come back to the team with the goal of adding one achievement to his already impressive CV.

He became the part of different club and after the flood of cash and fascinating overseas signings, he finds himself being talked up in the middle of the favorites for promotion. Dawson believes he can handle the team when it is under pressure.  When asked about his return to the team, he “For me it is a full circle. Coming back in the team is like happiness which is eternal.”

DAWSON HOPES NOTTINGHAM IMPROVES

Michael Dawson has asked the Nottingham Forest side to improve ahead of the new season. He says they have enough time to further get their acts together in the pre-season. Nottingham Forest played a 2-2 draw with Oldham Athletic in their recent pre-season fixture, and it seems to have left Dawson frustrated.

The defender said the team did not reach their usual height in the game played at Boundary Park. The Reds dominated the game from early on but they were not sharp to take advantages of all their opportunities. They scored first but started to relax while their opponents grew stronger.

Dawson on Hull’s form

Michael Dawson said that the players are not satisfied with the current form of the team and that they are working hard in order to change the fortunes of the club. As the club captain, he said that it is his duty to motivate the players and ensure that they improve their performance.

He said that there had been a meeting between some senior players as well as the manager as they look for ways to improve the club form.