13 Sep 2018 13:27:58
Looks like we'll be stuck with AK and his dour style for a while longer but in hindsight was he ever a good fit for Nottingham Forest ?
Looking at the past I,d say definitely not ,future recruit should make sure any appointment is a Forest manager ,in keeping with our history of flowing attacking football and entertainment,i think our long suffering

1.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 13:40:08
How many managers get their teams to play flowing attacking football then Carlo.

2.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 13:49:25
Agree all the way on that Carlo,said from day one when everyone was getting excited like he was some sort of genius,that fans would not like his style of football.
Only way it can be accepted is if he starts winning games on a regular basis,nothing else will do

3.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 13:58:48
Fulham and wolves Bournemouth Huddersfield managed to do it and were successful as well.
So it can be done

4.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 14:04:00
I agree Ff it can be done and be successful, but managers that play that way are not abundant.

5.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 15:44:04
Not that I want him but when Brazil takes over our style is much more in keeping with Nottingham Forest ,I,m afraid it,s act in haste and repent at leisure,sooner wait weeks for the right man than appoint one that,s a bad fit ,yes if we were winning and not entertaining fair enough but it can be mixed remember Harry Bassett ,strong physical football played with goals and flair.

6.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 16:48:32
So out of 12 teams only 4 made it playing attacking football whilst the ugly style teams had 8 winners.interesting

7.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 17:19:27
Carlo- I was going to post pretty much the same re Brazil last night. It's not just style, but his results have been as good as any manager we've had for a long time. If we don't improve, I hope we get to see what he can do with this squad sooner rather than later.

8.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 18:51:17
All well and good if you can keep the ball out your own net.All successful attacking teams are built on a solid defence and goalkeeper.Something we haven't had for a long time.

9.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 20:39:13
Sutton they didn't get promoted just by being ugly,they scored plenty of goals and didn't concede many.
Brighton weren't an ugly side,they had and still have the same manager and are consolidating in the prem along with Bournemouth Burnley who also have good managers and are still there,because they built the sides slowly not bringing in 17 new players and thinking? That'll do the trick?🤔🤔

10.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 21:57:53
ok my bad.attacking teams that have gone up since the season Bournemouth went up is 4 the teams that didn’t play as attractive/attacking football 8 of them went up.1 of those 8 were boro under which manager?
What I don’t understand is that you mention Huddersfield,were they that attacking? Did they have a good defence?-2 good over the season scoring 56 and conceding 58,we finished 21st that season and scored 6 more goals!
Even karankas team when he was at boro scored more than that.

11.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 22:25:27
They played football with limited resources,clubs like them will always struggle to attract top players,but their manager had enough about him to keep them in the prem as well and will go on to a bigger club eventually.

12.) 13 Sep 2018
13 Sep 2018 22:27:29
By the way Sutton we've just signed the regular centre half they had that season Heff,58 goals conceded he might prove to be a good omen for us.