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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Fwankies Shaggers made them look very ordinary at the Hawthorns. Gave 'em a good stuffing too. We have nothing to fear.

    Martin and Roy will have a battle plan....




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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    We will hoofthrow the fuckers to death.

    1-3 to the hoofmeisters

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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by eugenboppboppbopp View Post
    We will hoofthrow the fuckers to death.

    1-3 to the hoofmeisters

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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    The ball will be coming down with snow on it then.

    Hoof!!
    Perhaps not a night for those with a Southern Mediterranean background / upbringing?


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heffing Psycho! View Post
    WBA are on a bit of a rough patch by their standards. Won 2 of the last 6 and haven't won at home since Boxing Day.
    We're Forest - we end other teams bad runs when we want!
    I expect a defeat.
    I hope for win.
    I would settle for a draw.
    I would love to have Rodiguez and Gayle and one or two more of their players.
    But MON/RK are making a difference!
    Me and the Mrs could be persuaded to pay over the #8 - #10 to watch a live stream on Now! or IFollow.
    We are crazy like that.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    For some reason I though that was Oldham's.
    One of my mates played half a season there in the eighties under Joe Royle, I think thatís reputed to be the coldest. It certainly felt like it when we went to watch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Franz Foxenhauer View Post
    One of my mates played half a season there in the eighties under Joe Royle, I think that’s reputed to be the coldest. It certainly felt like it when we went to watch.
    Yeah, it supposed to be the coldest English ground, I read due to it being near the moors.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    I was amazed when I did Oldham and the old bloke I was chatting with said the Hawthorns is higher. It just seemed so wild and woolly up there that day and the Hawthorns seemed so much more settled and lower. Just driving between St Andrews, Villa Park and The Hawthorns was so suburban and hardly hilly. Just shows.

    I'm pleased we managed to muster up some spirit and goals against Brentford and I hope we can continue this against the Throstles. At least we all get the chance to see our brave lads set about the task.

    I'm sure they will do it and I forecast a good win.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    Back in the chair for another go. This time we go to the leagues top scorers & all round good side West Bromwich Albion.

    Take a look at this for a side.

    Gayle Rodriguez J.Murphy
    Johansen Barry Livermore
    Gibbs Hegazi Dawson Holgate.

    Decent looking 433 that'll likely give us all the shit we can handle. Case of digging, hope they play an adventurous line, throw some balls up to Grabban & hope he can make something happen. Its a plan & theres nothing to suggest we cant pull it off.

    Id play:

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    Darikwa Milosevic Wague Robinson
    Cash Colback Yacob Lolley
    Osborn
    Grabban

    Score draw.
    Iíd go pretty much the same just give carvs a start for either cashy or benny


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Seeing as we've just beat Barcelona Brentford who are the best footballing side in the league, this game should be easy.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Seeing as we've just beat Barcelona Brentford who are the best footballing side in the league, this game should be easy.
    I was guilty of giving them the big build up.

    Some didn't rate them on the day, but I thought they were a really good footballing side in the middle of the park, let down by a suspect defence & some wasteful stuff up front.

    They did come with some form to be fair.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    I was guilty of giving them the big build up.

    Some didn't rate them on the day, but I thought they were a really good footballing side in the middle of the park, let down by a suspect defence & some wasteful stuff up front.

    They did come with some form to be fair.
    Their defence was one of worst I've seen this season.
    A proficient side would have battered them, even us should have put five in.
    Some nice possession in midfield though

    We'll beat the baggies 3-1 with hoofthrows and our fans will complain it's not the Nottingham Forest way wearing Mel Morris masks.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    I was guilty of giving them the big build up.

    Some didn't rate them on the day, but I thought they were a really good footballing side in the middle of the park, let down by a suspect defence & some wasteful stuff up front.

    They did come with some form to be fair.
    Thought Brencelona would offer way more than they did in the end, but you've got to wonder how much of that was down to our tactics on the day. We were closing down their players relentlessly and forcing errors from their poor defence. Seemed like good management from O'Neill overall.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Last time I went there we won 3 1 so a nice repeat would be lovely, Grabban with the goal from a corner, Lolley with the back post Volley and Osborn with the fantastic team goal!


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Tomorrow night's outcome depends on how well we defend and on the middle of the park.
    If we concede the midfield they will over-run us.
    Gayle is faster than shit off a stick and Rodriguez uses his physique and positional sense to great effect.
    If Benalouane plays will he get 4 yellows in a row?
    I think our real weakness though will be down the flanks.
    Even Robinson, our best full-back, isn't the most fleet-footed.
    I wonder if MON will give Yacob a start?
    Playing against his old club may give him a bit more edge!


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    Tomorrow night's outcome depends on how well we defend and on the middle of the park.
    If we concede the midfield they will over-run us.
    Gayle is faster than shit off a stick and Rodriguez uses his physique and positional sense to great effect.
    If Benalouane plays will he get 4 yellows in a row?
    I think our real weakness though will be down the flanks.
    Even Robinson, our best full-back, isn't the most fleet-footed.
    I wonder if MON will give Yacob a start?
    Playing against his old club may give him a bit more edge!
    The minute Gayle came on at the City Ground you could just see the brown on our players pants. It was bizarre after one of the most comprehensive all round displays seen at the City Ground in the first 65 minutes.

    But with The Swedish Warrior, The Wag-ey & Yohan the Barbarian at CB we may not be such a soft touch in the box anymore.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    But how many of the warriors will be left on the pitch after 90 Minutes thats the big issue and Robinson knows how to kick them as well so we could be in for another fine for disciplinary reasons


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Went to Hawthorns back in 79. Paid for it with money mrs was saving up for a new 3 piece. She was well pissed off. Even more pissed off when she found out I'd paid for Munich trip with the rest of savings


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Boring midweek draw....but I would be happy with a point.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    I'm not sure how they're not or how long they'll not be, top of the league. Best squad in the championship?

    Tough game and we'll not bully these. Might be a case of backs to the wall and hit them on the counter with Cash, Lolley and Grabban.

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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    We hadn't lost away to a team in the top 17, until Martin arrived. Can't see this one being a result either, 3-0 WBA.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    I think we'll roll out this out. The 9-1 Ball comes to you, clear it as far as possible in the vague direction of Lewis.

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    Cash Colback Darikwa Milosevic Osborn Benalouane Robinson Yacob Lolley










    Grabban.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    if we win this ill show my arse on slab square


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    Grabban has it in him to give Hegazi/Dawson/Bartley a nightmare. All three are strong and dominant centre-backs, but none of them are completely mobile and they don't like facing their own goal. If he can get them turning, they can be in trouble.

    Part of me wonder if they'll play quite deep and almost try and draw us out for the movement of their wide men and forwards to get in behind. That's our biggest threat/danger. It'll be a relief to have Colback back.


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    Default Re: Matchday 32: West Brom v Nottingham Forest.

    Pele and Appiah involved in under 23s today so wont be involved tomorrow


 

 

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