WHEN it comes to technique, close control and trickery, Charlie Nicholas looks at James Forrest and sees a "poor man's Aiden McGeady".
WHEN it comes to technique, close control and trickery, Charlie Nicholas looks at James Forrest and sees a \"poor man's Aiden McGeady\".
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By Stewart Fisher
But he knows which of the two wingers he would rather play with.
The former Parkhead striker turned SkySports pundit feels the Republic of Ireland international hasn't progressed his game since moving to Russia.
He reckons Forrest is a more reliable source of deliveries in the box and thinks the counter-attack skills of the 21-year-old from Prestwick could exploit a vulnerability in Spartak Moscow on Tuesday if Neil Lennon throws caution to the wind.
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