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Goalkeeper Roy Carroll was the man of the moment last weekend as he played for both Northern Ireland and made the trip back to Coventry to keep a clean sheet, with minimal sleep.
The incredible determination to get back for the game meant an early flight back and everyone connected with the club would like to thank him for his efforts.
His country sit second in the Euro 2016 Qualifiers group after a 2-0 loss to Romania.
Meanwhile on-loan winger Michael Petrasso has been heavily involved with his Canadian Under 20s side. He scored a fantastic goal, beating his man with his pace and a composed finish, against England at Bournemouth’s Goldsands Stadium and then earnt his country a penalty in their 2-1 win over Russia.
He faces Russia, his third game in the past week on Tuesday, so should return to Nottingham ahead of this weekend's game against Yeovil Town.
Full-back Mustapha Dumbuya started for Sierra Leone in a 5-1 loss to Ivory Coast and is also set to feature in their midweek fixture against DR Congo. The result meant they are won’t make the 2015 Africa Nations.
The full-back could be back in the UK and also back in the squad ahead of the game at Meadow Lane on Saturday.
Boston United duo Kyle Dixon and Greg Tempest both played the full 90-minutes on-loan, with the right-back walking away with the man of the match award in a 0-0 draw to Chorley.
Youth Team forward Alex Kenlock played 55-minutes for Rainworth Miners Welfare on a work experience loan and finally striker Danny Haynes started for Crewe Alexandra and played the first half in their 0-0 home draw to Chesterfield.
Keep an eye on the Official Site and club's social media pages for further updates of the squad.