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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Lol given backing to do their job. Brilliant! Camp has also been given backing to save some shots.


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Good management that.


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    I'm backing Terry Farndale to keep wearing shorts.


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    It does make sense actually! Not sure whether you 2 are dumb or sarcastic?!...

    They might have been under instruction before (by BD) not to take risks and attack the full backs, so to not risk losing possession.


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Heard from a mate he's had a quiet word in the Campy's ear. Keep this to yourselves but he said "Try to keep clean sheets please, Lee"


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    The article actually reads really positively, so here's hoping that's genuine enthusiasm that transfers onto the pitch.

    Although I am reminded of the Platt era "Scimeca given licence to shoot on site" article, hopefully this will turn out better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Wilse View Post
    It does make sense actually! Not sure whether you 2 are dumb or sarcastic?!...

    They might have been under instruction before (by BD) not to take risks and attack the full backs, so to not risk losing possession.
    Bit of both.


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Now we're gonna see the real McCleary and Ando! What the hell those Davies and McClaren have been doing all the time?


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    McClaren finally gets his wingers


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    They were good on Saturday. Hopefully they can keep it up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Wilse View Post
    They might have been under instruction before (by BD) not to take risks and attack the full backs...
    You think any football manager in history has told a wide player never to take on his full-back?

    Last edited by Itsy-bitsy Bonatini Yellow Polkadot Bikini; 08-12-11 at 22:00.

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    As for McCleary, this is the first time in his Forest career that he can have the right to genuinely believe he's a starter.

    What has he got? Maybe 3 games to prove himself..? For him, it's time to stand or fall - so far as I see it...


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    g money yo


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Quote Originally Posted by BrollyArdron View Post
    As for McCleary, this is the first time in his Forest career that he can have the right to genuinely believe he's a starter.

    What has he got? Maybe 3 games to prove himself..? For him, it's time to stand or fall - so far as I see it...

    And how many games has ando got? Or has he proven himself already?


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    I'm backing JFH to keep leaning on anything he can at grounds up and down the country.


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    In other news, relegation from the champ would be bad


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Apparently Miller has been asked to shoot the ball at the goalnets - the red and white things between the white posts. Only the one with a keeper in front of it who is not Lee though. Lee is the tall one with the black hair.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy! View Post
    Heard from a mate he's had a quiet word in the Campy's ear. Keep this to yourselves but he said "Try to keep clean sheets please, Lee"
    Incontinence affects the best of us!


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    Default Re: forest wingers given backing to tear teams apart...

    Quote Originally Posted by BrollyArdron View Post
    As for McCleary, this is the first time in his Forest career that he can have the right to genuinely believe he's a starter.

    What has he got? Maybe 3 games to prove himself..? For him, it's time to stand or fall - so far as I see it...
    And if he's shit who do we put there? One of the other 22 players who have been equally as shit?


 

 

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