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    I really like Nigel Pearson. He's got a calm, reassuring demeanour and he comes across as a classy and genuinely likeable bloke.

    There, glad to have got that off my chest. Anyone else got any skeletons in the cupboard they want shot of?


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    I really like jerellis1. He's got a calm, reassuring demeanour and he comes across as a classy and genuinely likeable bloke.

    Nigel Pearson's a twat though.


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    I still love Nigel Clough.


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    Nigel pearsons a grade A twat.


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    I want McGugan back


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Dawn View Post
    Nigel pearsons a grade A twat.
    Hardly a confession pointing out the bleeding obvious


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    Nigel Clough is ace. I like Steve Claridge and Notts County. I liked the pinstripe kit Derby had in the early nineties. I don't mind Manish or Liverpool. I don't care who we're linked with in the summer. I'd rather Mo win the 5000m & 10000m next week in Moscow than Forest win against Blackburn and Bolton. I struggle to get excited by football in the first few weeks of the season and probably wish it all kicked off in September. Though it hurt a part of me somehow used to like the noise at CG when Forest conceded - the whole ground went silent apart from the far corner where, after a couple of seconds delay, they were going ballistic (when the Bridgford was standing).

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    I rated Eugene Daddy


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    I have no association whatsoever with Nottingham and Bolton are my second team, who represent my home town.

    Last edited by Gary; 04-08-13 at 01:35.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Nigel Clough is ace. I like Steve Claridge and Notts County. I liked the pinstripe kit Derby had in the early nineties. I don't mind Manish or Liverpool. I don't care who we're linked with in the summer. I'd rather Mo win the 5000m & 10000m next week in Moscow than Forest win against Blackburn and Bolton. I struggle to get excited by football in the first few weeks of the season and probably wish it all kicked off in September. Though it hurt a part of me somehow used to like the noise at CG when Forest conceded - and the whole ground went silent apart from the far corner where, after a couple of seconds delay, they went ballistic (when the Bridgford was standing).
    Jesus that must feel like a weight lifted off....


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    I used to support Spurs, and I secretly want my son to support Spurs when he's a bit older so that I have a legitimate excuse to go to White Hart Lane three or four times a season.


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    I am a primordial dwarf. My real name is Roy


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    I used to be a liverpool fan and they are deep down my second team. Also my first ever football match was actually Derby vs Southampton. 4-0 Derby. I celebrated.


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    My real name is not Spike. I am a Coulrophile and I used to get paid to beat people up.

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    Ok, I'm not really a primordial dwarf. I did go down to Meadow Lane for a couple of years in my teens though, because it was cheap and my mate supported County. Mark Stallard was my favourite player


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    Chesterfield are my second team


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    I supported united and openly cheered when Man U beat forest on boxing in my grandads house in basford in my yucky grey Man U kit I got for Christmas. Hence to say when I started supporting forest in 98 at the age of 9 after being made to support forest by my brother I have overseen our worst history and missed out on a treble winning side but its been the most fun ever. I could never have gone to old Trafford and felt at home like I do with forest!


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    I've secretly put off having kids for so long because I want to make sure that we're in the Prem before I have them, so there's less chance of me having to beat them for supporting Man U/Chelse/etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tropix View Post
    Ok, I'm not really a primordial dwarf. I did go down to Meadow Lane for a couple of years in my teens though, because it was cheap and my mate supported County. Mark Stallard was my favourite player
    I've been to watch county a load of times without any county mates intact me and my grandad would go down because as a kid after the war people in Nottingham would watch forest one week and county the next it was generally accepted. I am actually quite proud that our city has a great footballing tradition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmersonForest4 View Post
    I supported united and openly cheered when Man U beat forest on boxing in my grandads house in basford in my yucky grey Man U kit I got for Christmas. Hence to say when I started supporting forest in 98 at the age of 9 after being made to support forest by my brother I have overseen our worst history and missed out on a treble winning side but its been the most fun ever. I could never have gone to old Trafford and felt at home like I do with forest!
    I drove up and down Edgware High Street for hours in a Ford Escort convertible with three of my sixth form mates, cheering and hooting at anyone in sight, the day Spurs beat Forest in the FA Cup Final. I don't know if it makes this confession better or even worse, but I'd never actually been to a Spurs match, or any football match of any kind, at that point.

    The first football match I ever went to was Luton vs. Forest in 1993. I was twenty years old. To be fair, I've done pretty well ever since then, averaging about 15-20 Forest matches (mostly home but some away) every season. And I went to Auxerre.

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    I used to go to county games in my youth, I still have a few programs with Neil Warnocks beaming face on the back.

    I also went for a final time when I was about 14, Got blind drunk on White Storm before we went in (Three of us) and spent the first 45 minutes stood behind the goal hurling drunken childish abuse at, I think, Oldhams Keeper. He was not happy. We got kicked out at half-time and I've never been back.

    Not my finest hour.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellis1 View Post
    I drove up and down Edgware High Street for hours in a Ford Escort convertible with three of my sixth form mates, cheering and hooting at anyone in sight, the day Spurs beat Forest in the FA Cup Final. I don't know if it makes this confession better or even worse, but I'd never actually been to a Spurs match, or any football match of any kind, at that point.

    The first football match I ever went to was Luton vs. Forest in 1993. I was twenty years old.
    that's bad


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    I was interviewed by Natalie Jackson today (she was lovely by the way) and she wanted to know what I thought about the current regime. Without any preparation or thought, I told her and the camera that I supported Fawaz and think that the club is going in the right direction. She then asked me if I thought the current arrangement re. twitter and communication was a good idea, and I said that with the exception of Jim Price telling us we are going to sign players and then not doing so I thought that was good too. I've since given some thought about my opinions on these things and decided that I lied. It still concerns me that we sacked Sean O'Driscoll as quick as we did, only to then bring in McLeish (but I guess we're all in the same boat there). But I now feel very uneasy about the fact that Billy jets off to Kuwait every now and then while his lawyer is 'temporarily' running the show. Why is the manager's lawyer running the show? Where's Omar? Why won't Billy grow up, stop doing the Fergie dance and talk to the media? And what happens if Billy doesn't get us up this season? Sean O'Driscoll was sacked for less, but Billy is part of the family now, so how do they follow the precedence they have set and sack him amicably?

    This is fairly tongue-in-cheek, so be gentle with your pro-Billy mantra retorts, and I will confess that I love to dislike the fella because I have a niggling feeling that he selected a weakened team at Swansea (i.e without Earnshaw and Majewski until there was 10 minutes or so to go) to prove a point to the board, and his anti-media thing annoys me. I did sit and watch the game today though, hoping for the best all the way, and went as mental as anyone when we scored, so I'm not the anti-Christ. I just feel a little uneasy about the situation (and drunk). I'm sure they're not like Munto though, so that at least bodes well.


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    EMBARRASSING PSYCHO

    I made Stuart Pearce bang his head in Boots in Nottingham. He was signing autographs for promoting Gillette Razors, or something silly like that and got up to go to the toilet (I presume) - I shouted "Oi, Psycho!" from his left hand side, he turned to wave and clocked my bright red mohawk and punk mates and gave us a two thumbs up but the prat didn't stop walking and ploughed straight in to an upright column. Cracking his head and consequently falling over. We gave him a huge "Wa Hey!" he looked embarrassed and went bright red but clearly saw the funny side of it too.

    EMBARRASSING IDOL

    I supported Everton and Spurs until I was about 10 as I had some sort of fascination with Gary Lineker after seeing him score in the World Cup but then I got taken to my first football match Everton vs Forest at the City Ground and I think the final score was 3-0 to Forest which was enough to convince me I'd been a fool.


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    I like defending, maybe more than I like football itself.


 

 

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