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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    I still don't think he's 100% recovered from his injuries.

    A good leader for us at the back. He could easily go on to become Forest's version of John Terry, once fully fit.


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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    He did actually play a big chunk of last season for us before the injury (25 games), and I remember hearing one of the players say the injury look horrid.

    Aged 26, we ought to just treat him with kid gloves, get his injuries all PROPERLY healed, and look to getting the most out of him aged 28 onwards - it's still quite young fir a CB.

    He can still contribute loads if they take their time building him up from his core. If that means naff all football for a while,that's the way we should go.


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    He actually hasn't been "that" beset by injuries.

    In 2008-09 and 2010-11 he played 44 games for Leicester (each) then 26 and 13 for Leicester and Hull the next season (39), and 40 for Hull in 2011-12, meaning he only missed 15 games over 4 seasons.
    The season after he played 22 games which was after he had come back from the knee injury (ACL) in March 2012, between December 2012 and May 2013 which is most games as that's approximarely half a season.
    The summer after, he signed for us on loan and played 27 games (again, this is most games) before the injury which has kept him out since (as I remember seeing that the time he has missed this season is to remove the pins which were put in his ankle to correct the previous injury).


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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    Why are you guys being serious? Did you just ignore that fox said he has a nice ass? Went straight into the arguments, no fun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dogtits View Post
    Why are you guys being serious? Did you just ignore that fox said he has a nice ass? Went straight into the arguments, no fun.
    Well there's clearly a consensus on that issue


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    I still don't think he's 100% recovered from his injuries.

    A good leader for us at the back. He could easily go on to become Forest's version of John Terry, once fully fit.


    Agree with that, girlfriend got me the limited addition blue top with his name on the back, keeping him fit is the hardest thing. Seems to be injury prone just when he's at his best.


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    Don't you wish your girlfriend was hot like me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hand ShAndy! View Post
    Don't you wish your girlfriend was hot like me?
    It's those bottomless leather chaps that do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    It's those bottomless leather chaps that do it.
    Don't you just know it.


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    Default The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    Is he injured again yet?.


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    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970 View Post
    Is he injured again yet?.
    He looked fairly mobile in the warm up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    He looked fairly mobile in the warm up.
    Apologies I was being a little mischievous Chris.
    There is an air of inevitability about it.


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    I can categorically confirm that Jack Hobbs has a fantastic arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogtits View Post
    During his interview with forest player, I'm pretty sure danny fox said jack Hobbs has a "nice bum"
    Well Fox clearly wasn't paying attention to the match yesterday so makes sense.

    Seriously though Hobbs is a vital part of our defence. I really hope he can stay full fit next season as it's imperative that we have a solid grounding in defence to ensure we don't have to win games by scoring four. Hobbs and Mancienne at centre back is a fine pairing, and Lichaj at right back is another one who is usually rock solid. Get in a capable left back, on the assumption Cohen is done for, then it's a strong looking back line which takes care of itself, which will allow Dougie to focus his attention on the problems we have further up field.

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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    What has happened to Hobbs? It's been bugging me all day, maybe we should do a missing persons?


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    No-one has said he's injured from what I recall. If he can't displace the pairing of Mills and Mancienne, who are doing well, surely he should be on the bench like Wilson is, or alternating?


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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appreciation Thread

    He has a slight back problem.


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    Default Re: The Jack Hobbs Appriciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    I still don't think he's 100% recovered from his injuries.

    A good leader for us at the back. He could easily go on to become Forest's version of John Terry, once fully fit.



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    Hobbs, stress fracture

    http://youtu.be/JD_-FTD_vF8


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    In all seriousness, Hobbs was shit hot when he first arrived. The prospect of him and Kelvin at the back had me certain we'd go up, but injuries have royally screwed them up. They're both a shadow of their former selves


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    Heard today that Jack is out for the rest of the season and MAY have to have surgery and will be ruled in till Christams at best


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zydol View Post
    Heard today that Jack is out for the rest of the season and MAY have to have surgery and will be ruled in till Christams at best
    Eats up a large chunk of his contract that is till 2018.

    If given the opportunity I would love Worrall and Iacovitti to step-up and put Hobbs (unfortunately injuries with right attitude), Wilson, Mills into the past.


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    Gravy train.


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    May be bullshit, but I read somewhere today online that he had already been in for an operation on his back. If so, at least that would get him back sooner, one would hope.


 

 

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