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    I fancy our chances against the tricky trees, more now that Brazil has been replaced with the dour Karanka.

    Forest are a young and inexperienced side, who are now having to adapt to Karanka's methods. I've got a feeling that we could thump these. 2-0 at H-T, then floodgates open - 6-0 at FT.

    Let's not get too cocky.

    Their young lad Dowell is the one we have to stifle tomorrow.

    As a young foolish yute in the 70's, I used to love attending matches home and away. Nottingham was not a pleasant to visit. Their neanderthal supporters were helped by their rather partizan police force, both determined to thump anyone who didn't speak funny. I can't wait for us to give them a good hiding. They deserve it.

    Coaches parked on the opposite side of the river with running battles taking place post match. There was a time you could walk freely from the Trent end right round the side of the stadium, very loose security.

    Forest havenít won in six and have the worst form in the division. No shots on target from wolves. Fans beginning to boo...Promotion and Europe no longer quite as certain as it was three weeks ago.

    Forest humiliating Wolves. Can't even get near the ball.

    Today was always touch and go. I was bewildered by the confidence on here after recent displays. We have been largely mediocre for weeks and have a starting XI that is exhausted.

    WHAT a disappointment. Lost midfield. Little guile. Too 'same', even when Forest should selves to be more than capable of dealing. And this is a Forest team that hasn't beaten anyone in this league for months.... They came with a plan. They pressed us high, but then - once we had got to last 40, they became very compact. A couple of tackles unpunished, and one that on other days would surely have been a red?

    We made it so easy for a Forest side who have not won any of their last 5/6 league games.

    As the last five minutes arrived Forest, started playing keep ball to chants from their supporters "We're taking the p..s, we're taking the p..s". This chant had followed up an earlier one of "You must be shit we're winning away".

    In fairness they probably earned their day in the sun (snow). Despite us having 63% of the possession we finished up with nothing and we were perhaps lucky to get that.

    Wolves enjoyed plenty of the ball throughout the game, but Forest created clear openings. The first goal had a bit of luck about with Dorrell's effort deflecting past Ruddy, but Cavaleiro didn't cover himself in any glory with a poor headed clearance moments before. The second goal soon followed, Wolves guilty of giving Osborn too much time to get his effort away.

    I can barely remember the Forest keeper having to make a save, that's how much pressure Wolves put on his goal. At the other end Ruddy was made to work, and he also tipped another Forest over.

    Fair play to Forest, beaten us well today.

    Didnít help matters by playing into their gameplan by only really trying to do things from out wide, mind. Iíve lost count of how many times weíve got the ball out wide and had a cross in blocked by the first man. Their defenders have happily eaten those up all day.

    Fair play to Forest, beaten us well today.

    5 shots the whole game with only 1 on target. We're not going to win many with stats like that.

    I don't think there is even an argument that Forest parked the bus they did a lot more going forward than we did. It's the final 3rd we are struggling with, which has been a theme in games that we haven't scored early on. Today is a very bad day at the office, Forest should be praised though they defended excellently albeit they are very lucky indeed to finish with 11 players.

    Forest did a real job on us today so fair play to them.

    Forest were a better version of Sunderland today and we looked tired and struggled to create.

    Forest did something of a number on us, Karanka had them well organised and once that second went in we never looked likely to get back it.

    Forest forced us to play wide and this is a problem. Our wingbacks can be our biggest strength or weakness and today it was definitely the latter. Not a surprise both were hauled off at halftime.

    I had completely forgotten Karanka was managing them now. That actually makes me feel a little better about the match. Enthralling football he may not play, but you can't say he isn't a very good organizer.

    Forest did a job and a good one. They took Leo out of the game and denied us chances to create and we had no plan b to play. Today was the first time we missed an alternative option from the bench in the striker position.

    Forest were obviously very well prepared for this game. Very noticeable in the first half that they were touch-tight to Douglas when we had the ball, but left Doherty in acres of space. Meant that Doc got a lot of balls played to him but his poor crossing meant it amounted to nothing.

    We created very little all game. Forest looked pretty good on the ball first half, got their goals and then went 'full-on Karanka' second half. Can't complain at the result in the slightest, my only issue would be the standard of officiating that I thought was poor today.

    I don't accept that today was 'one of those days' or that Forest 'did a Sunderland' on us, I think that's unfair to them. They came to have a go and had a few reasonable chances before the goal and although the first was a fluke you couldn't say it wasn't coming. We didn't force a save last week and can't remember one this.

    Very frustrating against a well-organised but very limited Forest side (although I thought Brereton was impressive).

    We could be playing all weekend and we wouldnít have scored.

    Forest were bang average and not well organised, thats how poor we were.

    To be honest even though we were crap and struggled to create, they didnít deserve to win. They were a carbon copy of Sunderland. Ultra defensive and they created **** all. A total fluke and a gift. They set up to defend all game, foul players and time waste. How that **** Fox wasnít sent off for throwing the ball onto the pitch Iíll never know.

    If that deserves to win a game then I must look for different things in a team. Anyway I canít be bothered to discuss them as they are irrelevant. No one gives a **** about them, and it looks like they donít even have any fans of their own to either. Less than 1500 on a Saturday afternoon to a game thatís local is **** poor. A poxy club who bar a couple of freak seasons are back where they always were and will be. 2nd rate.

    Fox? The Worrall tackle from behind was as clear a red as you'll ever see.

    Forest were shocking in atmosphere considering they were beating a top side in the championship and only sung at the very end when they knew they had won.

    Main verdict:
    Nuno 0 Karanka 2.


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    'Kin yam yams


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    How arrogant some of them have become, you'd have thought after their back to back relegation they'd have as much humility as any set of fans, money corrupts.


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    Neither were reds. Even Santo says so.



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    Cheers Calvin!
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    Save for a couple of dickhead comments, the general consensus seemed to be we executed a meticulous plan that perfectly identified their weakness.

    Defended for our lives, offered something going forwards, stuck a few reducers in for good measure.

    Away day clinic & a very useful reference point when the MW debate rears its head again next week.

    I foresee our relationship with Karanka as a long, happy & ultimately fruitful one.


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    From all the quotes about thier yam-woes... the standout for me

    I’ve lost count of how many times we’ve got the ball out wide and had a cross in blocked by the first man


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post

    I foresee our relationship with Karanka as a long, happy & ultimately fruitful one.
    Here's hoping....again...........


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    No plan b

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    Less than 1500 on a Saturday afternoon to a game that’s local is **** poor.
    Yeah Wolves, you ALWAYS sell out your allocation at Forest don't you


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    As a young foolish yute in the 70's, I used to love attending matches home and away. Nottingham was not a pleasant to visit. Their neanderthal supporters were helped by their rather partizan police force, both determined to thump anyone who didn't speak funny. I can't wait for us to give them a good hiding. They deserve it.
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    Thereís some sense of self-entitlement creeping into some of those Wolves posts.

    Theyíve not won the league yet, and if they expect every visiting team to come and roll over for them, then their expensively-recruited foreign mercenaries have a few lessons to learn yet.

    We did a job on them alright. Get used to it Wolves, as when you go up, youíll get that every week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Thereís some sense of self-entitlement creeping into some of those Wolves posts.

    Theyíve not won the league yet, and if they expect every visiting team to come and roll over for them, then their expensively-recruited foreign mercenaries have a few lessons to learn yet.

    We did a job on them alright. Get used to it Wolves, as when you go up, youíll get that every week.
    You tell me that their approach is legitimate with the agents involvement, must be worth a proper look if the authorities actually give a shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Yeah Wolves, you ALWAYS sell out your allocation at Forest don't you
    I can remember when those bellends would rock up at Forest with about 500 fans


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    I’m guessing Fox wasn’t sent off for the same reasons their diving, time wasting pricks weren’t sent off at the City Ground.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Yeah Wolves, you ALWAYS sell out your allocation at Forest don't you
    WTF is he talking about , a local game, Wolverhampton is 50 odd miles and another century away.


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    A lot of my Birmingham mates who support the other teams refer to wolves as the champions-elect of Europe. Their self entitlement is unreal


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    Quote Originally Posted by big jay View Post
    I can remember when those bellends would rock up at Forest with about 500 fans
    I can as well Jay.

    They are like Boro fans. As soon as they are doing well their gates swell and they are suddenly the biggest club in the world with more fans than anyone else.

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    A lot of my Birmingham mates who support the other teams refer to wolves as the champions-elect of Europe. Their self entitlement is unreal


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    Local Derby? Isnít Wolverhampton in Wales?

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    Quote Originally Posted by big jay View Post
    I can remember when those bellends would rock up at Forest with about 500 fans
    Wolves always seem to be either all or nothing. Going for promotion and big support or fighting relegation and fuck all support.


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    Fucking hate Wolves. Blackburn, Wolves & Ipswich. So many games where they've skanked us or rubbed salt into our woulds.

    So glad to get a win over them.


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    “A couple of freak seasons” we won major trophies in the 50s,70s,80s,90s & almost won the double in the 60s, fucking daft yam yams should do their research before spouting their shit


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    Quote Originally Posted by big jay View Post
    “A couple of freak seasons” we won major trophies in the 50s,70s,80s,90s & almost won the double in the 60s, fucking daft yam yams should do their research before spouting their shit
    Yeah but when you've won as much as Wolves have, what we've won will just seem like a couple of seasons worth of trophies....


 

 

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