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31 Jan 2018 12:55:01
It's not that our players are untalented but we have too many similar, lightly built nippy skilful ball players. Oppositions know we are easy to rough up and press against. We need some power in the engine room - some experienced tacklers and ball winners.

Dr N

 

 

27 Nov 2017 08:13:38
I am not anti-MW and think he's taking us broadly in the right direction. You can probably sense a BUT coming. But 10 defeats already is a terrible record. Tellingly, we have not drawn a single match (only Bristol Rovers and East Fife in all 7 English and Scottish professional divisions have also so far drawn no games this season) . To compete effectively and maybe become a promotion candidate, some more steel needs building in to enable us to close games down and scrap ugly for points. We have some lovely ball players but look physically small and weak compared to other sides. Some more power and muscle is my January priority.

Dr N

1.) 27 Nov 2017 12:00:15
DrN my posts have been saying that for a while now, the inability to get a battling draw. Fefending set pieces and closing down still seems problematic.
We are in a reasonable place in this league considering where we came from and promotion with this squad never a priority. Mark warburtln is so full of footbal cliche's that irritate.
The commentary on the bbc website said that forest are continuing with the warburton way of playing it out from the back but cardiff have them sussed and are closing down quickly and denying any space. mix it up please.


2.) 27 Nov 2017 12:50:55
He seems to be focused on playing "his" style regardless and use his favourite players when ever possible.
No plan B as we again saw yesterday when he waited till 70 and then threw on the subs???
I don't think it helps that he has never played at this level


3.) 27 Nov 2017 13:18:46
Reddog68

Did Mourinino, Fergusson ever play Premiership football.

Pearce, Di Canio, and Hasselbaink all played at the top, none were that successful.


4.) 27 Nov 2017 13:41:26
I would agree with all if you here, and think it sums up our situation pretty well. For me, MW hasn't done badly so far, but the inconsistency from his teams, and some of his erratic decisions has led some fans to question his ability. Personally, I think MW lacks the experience due to his non football background. He was fortunate at Brentford and Rangers where the cracks were papered over by the promotions, and you could afford to over look these short comings. For me, it's now all about getting the next transfer window right. We need more firepower, pace, defensive resolve and more creativity. The question is can MW create that winning formula?


5.) 27 Nov 2017 16:31:10
Grey and Red
Who has mentioned premiership football?
For the record we are in the Championship lol
The point being MW has only played non league where Furvason and Jose have played at a higher level and have nothing to do with MW

All I have said is I don't think it helps but it has made my day to hear a "fan" who thinks we are in the premiership ๐Ÿ˜‚


6.) 27 Nov 2017 17:53:23
Reddog68

If i remember right Fergusson managed Man Utd in the Premiership, but never played in the Premiership, or it's equal.

Mourinino has managed Chelsea, and Man Utd in the Premiership, but never played in the Premiership, or it's equal.

They have both been successful in the Premiership as managers so their lack of playing in it has not stopped them from being successful.

Warburton has not played in the Championship, although I'm not suggesting he is as good as the above, if they can be successful in a league they have not played in why can not Warburton?

Very few good,or great players make good,or great managers.


7.) 27 Nov 2017 18:01:44
Red dog the point he is making is that you donโ€™t have to have been successful as a player at a certain level to be a success when managing at that same level in the future. Blimey itโ€™s tough going in here sometimes ๐Ÿค”


8.) 27 Nov 2017 18:42:29
2tone
I got that mate but found it a little strange to bring 2 highly successful managers into it when we are talking about Warbo, hense the play on words and laughs
We can throw names into the hat all day
Gary "Rat boy" Neville played at the highest level under Fergi but sucked as a manager

I just feel that playing no higher than non league "possibly could" be a hindrance as he uses text book systems and can't call on judgements based on his experience of playing at a decent level
It either works or it doesn't which is why we don't draw


9.) 27 Nov 2017 20:13:54
Only Playing non league football shows your ability as a footballer not as a man manager or a tactician. I donโ€™t always particularly agree with MWs tactics but I donโ€™t think itโ€™s got anything to do with his actual footballing ability or the experience he gained as a player. Non league footballers can offer a lot of positives that high flyers from the premiership wouldnโ€™t even understand.


10.) 27 Nov 2017 21:09:58
As stated in my post, I don't think it helps
That's all I'm saying


11.) 27 Nov 2017 21:34:00
The other point to make here as well is Warbo is what I would call a text book coach. Having taken all the fa coaching badges, he has been trained in a certain way, and thus delivers his set up as such. An example of that is zonal marking. Ironically, Stuart Pearce is the same in that you have these set ideas, and can't or won't deviate when things go wrong, as the coaching badges don't tell you what to do, that comes from experience.


12.) 28 Nov 2017 06:08:15
My point exactly Murdoch


 

 

18 Jun 2017 17:21:09
As I have been posting for a while Britt will go soon and there will be no more signings apart from promising/ cheap ones. Disappointing but perhaps inevitable. I expect the likes of Cash and Grant to come through next season and if we can hold on to all our other stars Forest can challenge for promotion next year. Were Huddersfield and Reading really better than the Forest we saw in brief glimpses last time? I don't think so.

Dr N

1.) 18 Jun 2017 18:20:48
Under MW we played good football against the top teams, but was rubbish against defensive teams. That is no good if you want to be successful, until MW sorts out our defence and finds a couple of creative players success will not happen.


2.) 18 Jun 2017 18:52:34
We're not going to get promoted if Britt goes who's going to score the goals we can't relie on Cummings the Scottish league is a lot different to the championship.


3.) 19 Jun 2017 09:45:53
Pure speculation.


4.) 19 Jun 2017 10:48:11
So Dr N, because you have been posting for a while that means Britt is leaving, lol.

I've been posting for a while now that means I'm a super model.

I don't think anyone has actually made a bid yet have they? Personally if I was a buying club paying top dollar I would at least wait until Jan to see if he is injury free now.


5.) 19 Jun 2017 11:02:32
Cant see MW pulling the trigger on Britt. I'm sure the new owners will back him to keep Britt. I know we are buying young attacking players but Britt is the guaranteed goals.
Would be surprised if he went. Watch this space.


 

 

16 Apr 2017 22:41:27
It's not being negative to say that Friday's was the worst game outcome for a long time. Safety could have been assured with a decent performance but now we are faced with four tough matches. I am still optimistic but it is going to be a nervy time. Did Fawaz really have to sell the club right now? The speculation, in the middle of a relegation battle, must be unsettling for players and management alike.

Dr N

1.) 16 Apr 2017 23:18:23
You say 4 tough matches coming up! i don't see it like that I see it as 1 tough match and three matches where the other teams have nothing to play for. cardiff qpr and Ipswich will be just going through the motions of winding down the season and thinking more about next season. we have the beating of all 4of these teams maybe reading will put a bit more in but I recon 2 wins and a draw from last 4 matches which will easily keep us up.


2.) 17 Apr 2017 08:05:44
At the end of the day i would rather be in our position rather than Burton, Blackburn and Wigan.


3.) 17 Apr 2017 09:35:34
If you think Warnock will let Cardiff go through the motions your living in cloud Cuckoo land.


4.) 17 Apr 2017 09:42:26
Getting rid of FAH would be the best thing to happen to Forest in the last few miserable years. Some kind of agreement between Owner, Management (not just the Manager), Coaches and Players to concentrate on a club vision and strategic plan is desperately needed if things are to improve on the pitch, and fate decides at what point that happens, wherever the club are in terms of the EFL.


5.) 17 Apr 2017 11:42:12
The remainder of our games will all be tough, no manager let's their players go through the motions, the Nffc players are so inconsistent and you just don't know if they are going to put up a fight or just go through the motions! Anything can happen and probably will happen, will Nffc play safe during any games to just get a point? Especially if the three below us are losing, i personally hope not and we push hard to win every game.


6.) 17 Apr 2017 13:41:08
That is priceless, blaming Fawaz for Saturday's result. it looks like the guy is selling up and cutting all ties, surely that is a result.


7.) 17 Apr 2017 17:11:39
Nice to see Cardiff have nothing to play for, some people on here have no sense of reality we now have a simple 3 points to collect on Saturday really just get out of your dream world we'll be lucky if we get out of this relegation battle this season i sincerely hope I'm wrong.


8.) 17 Apr 2017 21:26:16
Just proves after today's results people saying that Cardiff, QPR and Ipswich have nothing to play for a total joke especially Ipswich stuffing Newcastle this relegation battle will go down to the last game, also Burton squad probably has half the talent as ours does just proves what players can do with the right attitude unlike some who wear the forest shirt btw fans where superb today again pity some of the players don't have the same passion.


 

 

29 Jan 2017 13:22:40
Latest reports suggest Nigel Clough having very serious doubts. You could hardly blame him.

Dr N

1.) 29 Jan 2017 14:11:17
Let's hope he does the sensible thing and stays where he is. His record ain't that good anyway and we don't need to ruin another legend. Pointless for him to come back now.


2.) 29 Jan 2017 15:47:57
Non league Nigel is bound to be having second thoughts, nobody in their right mind would want to work for Fawaz. And there lies our problem. The club is finished with this guy at the helm, there is no way forward until he goes. Fawaz thanks but no thanks, your time is up.


 

 

 

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25 Aug 2018 19:56:09
I know it's early but it is beginning to look like another false dawn. Things need to turn around very quickly because we haven't played anybody yet.

Dr N

1.) 25 Aug 2018 20:07:20
The good teams do not bother us too much.


 

 

25 Jul 2018 15:02:07
The list of eight AK is trying to unload comes as no surprise. Some decent players amongst them but one or two a tad lightweight for the Championship. At times last year we looked like the Under 12s playing the Under 19s.

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23 Jul 2018 11:23:00
I am always optimistic in July. What's the point of being a footie fan if you're not? I was hopeful last July but after 15 minutes of the first game (Millwall should have been 2 or 3 up by then) reality soon dawned. With some quality signings, this time things should be much better but we have yet to kick a ball in anger. Fingers crossed.

Dr N

1.) 23 Jul 2018 12:01:34
My optimism will be heightened if we can close out the deal for Byram.Hopefully then it's just a case of fine tuning.COYRs!


 

 

11 Jul 2018 16:09:17
On July 31st 1966 Wembley held 100,000 people to watch the final vs West Germany. However, there are about 5 million people who claim to have been there (just like half of Wales reckon they were at Swansea when Gary Sobers hit six sixes in an over) . Be interesting to see in future years how many say they made the trip to Russia if England reach the final this time.

Dr N

1.) 11 Jul 2018 16:33:41
The memory can genuinely play tricks.Many people will tell you we watched the 66 final in colour when it was actually broadcast in black and white. The colour film we are used to was shot for the cinema and only used later on tv.


2.) 11 Jul 2018 17:04:01
I was 20 in late 66 and on holiday and watched the final in a bar full of Germans and Italians on a small black and white TV. Re the film i was in the old cinema facing the Vic Center on Milton Street ready to watch it.Their was a supporting film with it about "Yes This is True" about the joys of naturism, nudist camps.Their was a scene where naked men and women were sitting around a camp fire ,I called out" they are roasting their nuts" and was promptly thrown out and missed it.Happy Days.


3.) 11 Jul 2018 17:35:22
They reckon on the news that there could be 30 million tv viewers for tonight's match. I've got my waistcoat on again but cannot button it up any more๐Ÿ˜ž Come on En ger lund๐Ÿ™


4.) 11 Jul 2018 17:52:49
Well I bought tickets to go to the final on Sunday but my Mrs picked the same day for us to get married on so can't bloody make it so if someone wants to take my place it's st Marks Church Skegness she will be the woman at the end of the Isle with a angry face ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‰


5.) 11 Jul 2018 18:15:22
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23 Apr 2018 09:43:34
Is it a good idea to re-sign Dawson at 34? If we do, who will he be paired with? Tobias F almost for sure. Who will leave? Fox has just been given a new contract so presumably he's next cab on the rank. Hobbs is too injury-prone so he'll probably be shown the door, Mancienne is inconsistent - he can be excellent but also has terrible games. That leaves Worrall. Can't see him sitting in the dug out game after game so he will most likely be cashed in this summer.

Dr N

1.) 23 Apr 2018 10:24:38
Hobby is too injury prone, look at some of the players we are linked to including Dawson. I suggest we get more physios in for next season.


 

 

 

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27 Aug 2018 10:04:00
Seems harsh and hasty but Notts have only won 8 of their last 28 league games.

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11 Jul 2018 16:33:41
The memory can genuinely play tricks.Many people will tell you we watched the 66 final in colour when it was actually broadcast in black and white. The colour film we are used to was shot for the cinema and only used later on tv.

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02 Mar 2018 16:32:12
JH had a poor fitness record when we bought him and he has been a drain on the wage bill. Pity because he can be a real centre half. Wouldn't give him a new contract.

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23 Feb 2018 11:57:06
The ultimate derbies are in Glasgow. A&E workers anxiously scan the fixture list and book days off when C play R.

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31 Jan 2018 17:35:23
Step in right direction if true.

Dr N