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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970 View Post
    He does nothing to affect a game. He plays in a bubble of no risk football.
    I heard Brian Laws commenting the other day that he's a player that can pick out that pass. This is the preconception of a player like Greening. But like yourself I sometimes just spend my time watching a player. and he doesn't influence anything. He just ambles around in his comfort zone.
    I actually think the fact he has won a couple of MOM awards recently is damning on the rest of the players.
    He did actually make one really good forward pass, but I agree the rest of the time he was just poncing about.


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    Well until I moved away i,d been watching them for about 45 years which means I,ve seen more crap than you . So there Huh!
    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    I like most Forest supporters had considerable sympathy for Brazil in the predicament he was thrown into following Davies' sacking, the dressing room must resemble a classroom full of unruly petulant kids, horrid. However that went out the window when he brought Jonathan Greening on as sub to try and get a win yesterday, that showed me that he actually thinks (like a few posters on here) that Greening is going to be "man of the match" (yet again) and make everything look pretty and change games. Totally and utterly deluded.

    I implore any of you who has taped the game yesterday to watch only Greening when he came on, he wanders around the pitch like an old drunk, neither marking, tracking runs, being aware of anything that's going on around him or offering anything whatsoever on the offensive, a total non-entity.

    I don't like singling individuals out, and Jonathon seems a genuinely nice guy, but he has to be put out to pasture. IMO he is one of the worst players to ever don the Garibaldi, certainly one of the worst I've seen in 40 odd years and I've seen some crap.

    As for Gary, the sooner he steps back from the decision making the better.



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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by The Red Mill View Post
    He did actually make one really good forward pass, but I agree the rest of the time he was just poncing about.
    Greening, Jara, Majewski & to an extent Peltier all rely on movement from the players ahead of them to enable a forward pass. Is it any wonder that they look shit and end up giving the ball away with our forwards??

    The beast is stirring yet again!! :devil:

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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970 View Post
    He does nothing to affect a game. He plays in a bubble of no risk football.
    I heard Brian Laws commenting the other day that he's a player that can pick out that pass. This is the preconception of a player like Greening. But like yourself I sometimes just spend my time watching a player. and he doesn't influence anything. He just ambles around in his comfort zone.
    I actually think the fact he has won a couple of MOM awards recently is damning on the rest of the players.
    That's it Puds, we've been poor in all areas, although Greening actually undoes a fair amount of good honest endeavour by other players because he aint anywhere near good enough to do his own job. It seems Brazil must just pick players names out the hat before games and probably explains him owning the worst record as manager (although temporary) of a football team since the game was invented.

    If I was Stuart Pearce, I'd run a mile with this bunch of overpaid schoolkids, it wont be good for his health.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frankwignall View Post
    Well until I moved away i,d been watching them for about 45 years which means I,ve seen more crap than you . So there Huh!
    You lucky bugger, get back here and suffer with the rest of us !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    That's it Puds, we've been poor in all areas, although Greening actually undoes a fair amount of good honest endeavour by other players because he aint anywhere near good enough to do his own job. It seems Brazil must just pick players names out the hat before games and probably explains him owning the worst record as manager (although temporary) of a football team since the game was invented.

    If I was Stuart Pearce, I'd run a mile with this bunch of overpaid schoolkids, it wont be good for his health.
    I genuinely believe that players like Greening and Collins get picked as they are less likely to be seen as not trying and people will argue that they are the much needed experience.
    But in reality they are part of the problem.
    But hey I don't have to work with them everyday. And I'm sure they are easy to get on with and are less likely to cause a disruption on the training ground.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nffc13 View Post
    I think (I hope) that we all look back at these last few months as a blessing in disguise. We're watching it all crumble before us.. but it was crumbling long before, but now we've got a man taking his time to figure out how to build it back up.

    It's similar to SOD really. He, as Cotterill's assistant, was taken a back-seat role so knew a lot more about what he had to do when he got here. Luckily Pearce's work isn't quite as much as SOD's.

    A calm head is probably what we need right now. Frustrating in the short term, and short-termistics like Warnock say it's a bit of a waste, which it feels like. But it could be bloody good for the future, and exactly what we need. A reality check, a wake up call.
    Aye, let's just hope that what he builds is actually good and not torn down again before season end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by trentend exile View Post
    Who else at the club holds any coaching badges?
    Jonathan Greening does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Jonathan Greening does.
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    Guess who's back. Back again. Gary's back. Tell a friend.

    Gary Brazil has won 3 of the last 31 first team games he has taken charge of in professional football.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    While Gary Brazil may be officially in charge, I wouldn't be surprised if Lester is doing a lot of the work (assuming he's with the 1st team now?).

    Dunno, we will have to see who is promoted with the 1st team. Saying that, we could have a manager by next week anyway.


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    #unfinishedbusinesspartdeux

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    No one's going to want to manage this shitbrick of a football club under a megalomaniac manchild.

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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieLePop View Post
    No one's going to want to manage this shitbrick of a football club under a megalomaniac manchild.
    Nobody any good.

    There is plenty of washed up managers that would be happy to take the opportunity.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    We've seen all the youngsters get brought back from their loans, must've been a Brazil move, which makes his first starting line-up all the more interesting. Walker/Brereton etc all involved in some shape or form I reckon.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Need a manager in asap as Gary Brazil is a disaster when it comes to managing a first team, when he took over after Billy it was as bad as Montanier.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    If Gary Brazil is in charge for more than a few days, then we should have just stuck with Montanier.

    We don't have the luxury of time. We need to move super-fast with the next appointment, sadly.


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    I had forgotten about the time Neil Warnock signed Lee Peltier for Forest.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by nffc13 View Post
    We've seen all the youngsters get brought back from their loans, must've been a Brazil move, which makes his first starting line-up all the more interesting. Walker/Brereton etc all involved in some shape or form I reckon.
    It's more likely to be a Fawaz move to solicit transfer interest in order to cover the running costs of the club if Cash or Lansbury aren't sold.

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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Lets hope its 1 game max, or div 1 is a cert, hes terrible at this level


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    The players will walk all over him like last time. Lans may even get back in the fold if he's given free rein and the Arab promises him a huge hike in wages funded by the sale of Brittle.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    The players will walk all over him like last time. Lans may even get back in the fold if he's given free rein and the Arab promises him a huge hike in wages funded by the sale of Brittle.
    Think we'll see Jack Lester running things, whilst Brazil does the 'frontman' stuff.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    Lester I like, the arab will undermine him though.


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    Default Re: Gary Brazil, should have got the tealady

    That he is likely to be in charge for our must win game at home to Bristol City is very worrying.


 

 

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