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  • League 1 football - and let's have a real crack at the JPT

    11 44.00%
  • Return of the King 2: this time it's personal. Just like last time.

    10 40.00%
  • Danny Fox 10 year contract extension with an option of a further 5

    4 16.00%
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  1. #1
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    Default Most terrifying prospect

    There seem to be a number of awful potential outcomes arising from our electrifying start to the season. An extension of the embargo, bankruptcy, the ghost of Omar and whatever we did to the Walsall supporting gypsy who cursed us are in the fringes, but the cream of the crop seem to be relegation, Billy Davies's unfinished business and the ongoing employment of Danny Fox. I can't decide which I'm most petrified of...

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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    I vote for a poll. edit: I got one!


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Has to be League 1, the other two aren't going to happen realistically..


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    I think the most terrifying prospect is Forest becoming a successful well run club. If people can't channel the misery from their lives into this football forum where on earth will it all go?


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    If we lose Antonio. we look to be screwed. 0 wins in 10. League one beckons.


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    I think League 1 would in the short-term be painful, but in the long-term result in a clearout and more emphasis on playing the youth. Look what it did for Norwich and Southampton. May I ask where those two clubs are now? Yes, the Premiership.
    Forest came back strong the last time. Right now we're stagnating, and it's difficult to see us having a revolution without going backwards first.


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    For your second game of the season to be "season defining" at any other club would be laughable.

    I genuinely believe this Rotherham game will tell us all we need to know. One way or the other.


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Right now, I;m most afraid that I will never again find the motivation to come and be 'entertained' by the club that I've loved for the last 20-odd years.


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Return of the King. That would finally lead me to becoming an Ilkeston FC season ticket holder rather than a Forest season ticket holder. I have thought about doing that anyway for about the last 10 seasons but that would be the final straw


  11. #10
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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur's Cape View Post
    Return of the King. That would finally lead me to becoming an Ilkeston FC season ticket holder rather than a Forest season ticket holder. I have thought about doing that anyway for about the last 10 seasons but that would be the final straw
    Haha me too. I'd rather be in League One than have the King back.


  12. #11
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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    I voted Danny Fox.


  13. #12
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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Joey Barton joining and then overthrowing Fawaz & co

    http://www.london24.com/sport/footba...tion_1_4190697


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Quote Originally Posted by RedEd View Post
    Joey Barton joining and then overthrowing Fawaz & co

    http://www.london24.com/sport/footba...tion_1_4190697
    Haha fucking hell we may as well just change the name of the club and be done with it.


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    Default Re: Most terrifying prospect

    Cyril Smith resurrected as 'head of youth development' and / or 'nutrition'.


 

 

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