Forest (A) match thread

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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by GazzTheSpaz » 11 Aug 2018 20:34

Does anyone think that, seeing as Bodvarsson isn't up to the task, it would be interesting to see Baldock & McNulty together with Swift behind them? Barrow is our best player, just saying

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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by AthleticoSpizz » 11 Aug 2018 20:37

Always worth a go, but Bod is a ten + goal player and a hard worker...he is up to the job...he just cannot do it on his own.

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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by Snowflake Royal » 11 Aug 2018 20:44

Ascotexgunner
Royal_jimmy That was a poor game. We have next to no quality at the top of the pitch whatsoever. Bodvarsson is useless.

Forest were average and took their only real chance.


The voice of reason......I'm sick of hearing "we played better", " there's an improvement"......WE F*CKING LOST AGAIN!!!!!!!
We are bottom, create f+ck all and when we do get the odd chance we seem incapable of finishing. There is no improvement......Derby's first 45 was awful and they still beat us.......that says it all.

Get a grip negative nancy. Why are you even talking about the league table? It's utterly meaningless at this stage.


Couple of decent but unspectacular chances for us, Forest seemed restricted to very little in the way of decent opportunities and the goal was well taken with little in the way of defensive errors.

As long as we can make some breakthroughs sooner rather than later and improved performances with nothing to show for don't become a habit, there's plenty to be encouraged about at this extremely early part of the new season.

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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by CountryRoyal » 11 Aug 2018 20:50

Snowflake Royal As long as we can make some breakthroughs sooner rather than later and improved performances with nothing to show for don't become a habit, there's plenty to be encouraged about at this extremely early part of the new season.


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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by GazzTheSpaz » 11 Aug 2018 21:01

AthleticoSpizz Always worth a go, but Bod is a ten + goal player and a hard worker...he is up to the job...he just cannot do it on his own.


He isn't on his own is he, he's had someone playing alongside him, 10+ goals from a CF isn't something that excites me, it'd be good from a winger or midfielder


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Re: Forest (A) match thread

by AthleticoSpizz » 11 Aug 2018 21:06

Whence the front line chip-in with him, it’ll be different.

The Butler Curo days for example.

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