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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    ... or pictures of scantily clad ladies.
    With stockings and suspenders.


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    I hope you all stay well, but my god this is shit. Feels like what a zombie apocalypse would be like


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    OTD

    https://twitter.com/FootballRemind/s...785601536?s=20



    From the Chelsea side.




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    Do you know, I was so dim that when we started to see that style of headline (Forest Fire) in the early days of the Clough reign I couldn't work it out!

    I was so focussed on the Forest name that the 'fire' bit didn't seem to go with it. It was only after quite a time that I started to read it as a flowing phrase rather than two separate words.


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    Legendary.

    Clough's "inner-circle".



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    I always thought Fenton was a bit of a tool


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    Think alot wa swept under the carpet, forgive him.


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    Just read on a newsfeed somewhere on the net a clip of a four four two article about the 30 worst refereeing decisions ever and Roger Milford is not on the list!


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    Quote Originally Posted by valspoodle View Post
    Just read on a newsfeed somewhere on the net a clip of a four four two article about the 30 worst refereeing decisions ever and Roger Milford is not on the list!
    If Milford makes the right decision that day and sends off Gascoigne:

    We go on to win the FA cup
    Gascoigne doesn’t get injured
    Gascoigne goes on to be the greatest player of his generation
    England win the world cup with Gascoigne player of the tournament
    Gascoigne doesn’t become an alcoholic waster and goes on to have a fantastic career
    Forest go on to further European success
    We never get relegated
    We become an established too four side
    We win the Champions league at least two times

    Discuss.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob1965 View Post
    If Milford makes the right decision that day and sends off Gascoigne:

    We go on to win the FA cup
    Gascoigne doesn’t get injured
    Gascoigne goes on to be the greatest player of his generation
    England win the world cup with Gascoigne player of the tournament
    Gascoigne doesn’t become an alcoholic waster and goes on to have a fantastic career
    Forest go on to further European success
    We never get relegated
    We become an established too four side
    We win the Champions league at least two times

    Discuss.
    We’ve done this before I think; but in addition to the above (which I‘d agree with) winning the FA Cup would, I believe, have then seen Mr. Clough retire that summer in triumph having won it all.

    New Manager Frank Clark takes over, and his first signing is a young forward from Southend, S. V. Collymore.

    Collymore‘s goals fire Forest to the league title and then a strong European campaign, culminating in winning the European Cup for a third time, defeating Marseille 2-0 at the München Olympiastadion, Collymore with both the goals, the second from the penalty spot after Marseille‘s Basile Boli is sent off for trying (again!) to headbutt Stuart Pearce at a corner.

    Collymore wins the European golden boot that season too.

    In the Summer, Forest sign Dutch Duo Pierre van Hooijdonk from NAC Breda and Bryan Roy from Foggia, and win the league the next season by six points.

    BOOM.

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    According to his Twitter feed, that rascal Joseph Lolley has been keeping himself occupied by exercising round my old manor:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    We’ve done this before I think; but in addition to the above (which I‘d agree with) winning the FA Cup would, I believe, have then seen Mr. Clough retire that summer in triumph having won it all.

    New Manager Frank Clark takes over, and his first signing is a young forward from Southend, S. V. Collymore.

    Collymore‘s goals fire Forest to the league title and then a strong European campaign, culminating in winning the European Cup for a third time, defeating Marseille 2-0 at the München Olympiastadion, Collymore with both the goals, the second from the penalty spot after Marseille‘s Basile Boli is sent off for trying (again!) to heading Stuart Pearce at a corner.

    Collymore wins the European golden boot that season too.

    In the Summer, Forest sign Dutch Duo Pierre van Hooijdonk from NAC Breda and Bryan Roy from Foggia, and win the league the next season by six points.

    BOOM.
    Cloughie himself agrees with you. By coincidence I read Chapter 23 of his autobiography last night before switching off the light and sleeping my usual blameless and peaceful sleep.

    It begins "I should have retired after 18 May 1991, the day I witnessed the worst refereeing decision in my forty-odd years in football." He later goes on to admit he made a mistake in staying for his last, fateful season.


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    Just found 2 Sheff Wed tickets, can I have my money back yet?


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    Default Re: The ‘I have something to say about Forest that doesn’t warrant its own thread’ Th

    Happy St George's Day.






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    Default Re: The ‘I have something to say about Forest that doesn’t warrant its own thread’ Th

    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    According to his Twitter feed, that rascal Joseph Lolley has been keeping himself occupied by exercising round my old manor:

    I'd be happy with that time

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Happy St George's Day.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Mick Harford! Christ on a Raleigh Grifter!I don't remember that.


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    Where I used to work was sheepie central, the gaffer had played for them his mates were all sheepies and so were most of the staff.
    The gaffer booked a table for a charity dinner and playing the **** as usual asked me if I was up for it.
    "Get fucked" was my reply. "
    "That's a shame we've got Peter Shilton on our table."
    "Twat"
    So, I'm at the Derby County dinner...
    ....one of the gaffer's mates was talking to Mick Harford, standing on tip toes to get level with his bollocks and my gaffer steamed in with "You 2 faced little ****"
    His mate tried laughing it off but too late, Mick Harford had already bit.
    "What do you mean like?
    At the time, the hospitality units at The Baseball Ground were a couple of porta cabins in the corner with a balcony on the upper one.
    "I'll tell you Mick, this little bastard spends every game hanging off that balcony in the corner giving you dogs abuse" He really did give him absolute fucking pelters by the way and had a voice that carried over 2 fields, Sheffield and Huddersfield.
    The mood changed, "That's fucking you is it? I've always wanted a fucking word with that mouthy ****"
    The blokes legs turned to fucking jelly, he went white, broke out into a sweat and couldn't stop stuttering.
    Mick Harford just shook his head and walked off leaving Tony an absolute wreck.
    Never stopped the gobby bastard though!


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    What a man.

    https://twitter.com/Adrian_Corbett/s...327008257?s=20




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    Default Re: The ‘I have something to say about Forest that doesn’t warrant its own thread’ Th

    OTD in 1959 - Jack Burkitt lifts the FA Cup for Nottingham Forest.




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    Superb.


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    Takes me back to Aunt Ada's front room! Lovely stuff. From the manly handshakes after scoring a goal to standing in line at the end whilst the traditional band plays the "Queen", that's how it should be done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by valspoodle View Post
    Takes me back to Aunt Ada's front room! Lovely stuff. From the manly handshakes after scoring a goal to standing in line at the end whilst the traditional band plays the "Queen", that's how it should be done.
    Noticed that too. Time of the gentleman. You don't see that in football anymore.

    One of my other sporting passions is cricket. You still see to this day fellow players congratulating a player when they get to 50/100 or take a 5-wicket haul for example. It is small, but I like it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by valspoodle View Post
    Takes me back to Aunt Ada's front room! Lovely stuff. From the manly handshakes after scoring a goal to standing in line at the end whilst the traditional band plays the "Queen", that's how it should be done.
    Nah what you need is a 5.30ko, some wanky rapper & loads of fireworks


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    OTD in 1959 - Jack Burkitt lifts the FA Cup for Nottingham Forest.

    They should bring these back.








 

 

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