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    Quote Originally Posted by gamble View Post
    My original comment was in August after we beat Fulham, Goodman didn't think we had a chance of maintaining a playoff push (proved him wrong) and he's written of our chances of second even though come Wednesday ,we could be 2 points behind Leeds.

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    Absolutely. Before the game kicked off he was talking as if Fulham and Brentford were the only teams that could catch Leeds despite us being nominally closer if we won our games in hand. He was at the WFCG and he still hadn't worked out Forest could be 2 points behind Leeds come Wednesday night.
    We could be 16 points clear at the top of the Prem like the scouse scum, and he would still only find negative things to say about us.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ray's Redlist View Post
    Absolutely. Before the game kicked off he was talking as if Fulham and Brentford were the only teams that could catch Leeds despite us being nominally closer if we won our games in hand. He was at the WFCG and he still hadn't worked out Forest could be 2 points behind Leeds come Wednesday night.
    We could be 16 points clear at the top of the Prem like the scouse scum, and he would still only find negative things to say about us.
    But we're not 16 points clear at the top, so your argument is non-sensical.

    His comments today were spot on. Not sure what Gamble is trying to prove regarding his comments from the beginning of the season, the thread had moved on and was discussing today, not a matych in August.

    Don't get me wrong I still think he's a twat, but I quite like the fact that the MSM still consider us outsiders, that takes so much more pressure off us to continue to play our own game and be a little more under the radar.

    He's a pundit paid for having an opinion. It doesn't have to agree with yours to be valid. Today he was right, as Lamouchi confirmed with his own similar comments later on in his post-match interview.


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    But we're not 16 points clear at the top, so your argument is non-sensical.

    His comments today were spot on. Not sure what Gamble is trying to prove regarding his comments from the beginning of the season, the thread had moved on and was discussing today, not a matych in August.

    Don't get me wrong I still think he's a twat, but I quite like the fact that the MSM still consider us outsiders, that takes so much more pressure off us to continue to play our own game and be a little more under the radar.

    He's a pundit paid for having an opinion. It doesn't have to agree with yours to be valid. Today he was right, as Lamouchi confirmed with his own similar comments later on in his post-match interview.
    I wasn't just discussing today, just confirming that no matter what we do Goodman will find the negatives. We had the perfect away performance v Fulham and he slated us, every game we play and he commentates he slates us.
    Today his analysis post match may of been correct I wouldn't know, but his pre match bollocks ignoring and not even mentioning us as a potential top 2 outfit is just insulting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamble View Post
    I wasn't just discussing today, just confirming that no matter what we do Goodman will find the negatives. We had the perfect away performance v Fulham and he slated us, every game we play and he commentates he slates us.
    Today his analysis post match may of been correct I wouldn't know, but his pre match bollocks ignoring and not even mentioning us as a potential top 2 outfit is just insulting.

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    I'll put it down to Sky not wanting to show bias what with Prutton leading the match analysis these days.


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    Only noticed it today. Goodman is a wanker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor_82 View Post
    Only noticed it today. Goodman is a wanker.
    FFS

    What took you so long?


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    Yesterday's match was the first time I've seen this guy being interviewed.

    Why on earth are you all so sensitive about what he says? It all seemed perfectly reasonable to me.

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    He doesn't rate us, I wouldn't either if I had only watched us play when on Sky as we have been terrible pretty much every time we have been on there despite getting results.

    To be fair to him I still cannot fathom how we can be totally dominated, look like we cannot pass a ball and somehow get a result in some games.

    He is still a wand though.


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    I suspect the people who can't understand why we are high in the table don't watch many other Championship games.

    We're there because we are one of the best teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    I'll put it down to Sky not wanting to show bias what with Prutton leading the match analysis these days.
    From my observations, Prutton makes a good job of disguising any Forest affinity he might still have Keith.


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    That's because he hates us too.

    They all do. Everybody. It shouldn't be allowed.


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    Can't think of any specific incident but I remember Goodman as a player that the opposition's didn't like that much. Or at least Forest's fans. Maybe it was just Wolves. There were some good Forest v Wolves games. There was usually a good atmosphere for Forest v Wolves, they brought a lot of fans and were hard to beat, even when Forest had a good side.

    Remember the final day of Frank Clark's promotion season, Forest were beating Sunderland 2-0 with ten to go in a nothing sort of game. Goodman then scored twice for Sunderland, who were probably lower midtable. For one I think he used his hand to bring it down. When they equalised, Sunderland fans invaded the pitch celebrating their 2-2 at Forest's promotion party. It was all a bit odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Can't think of any specific incident but I remember Goodman as a player that the opposition's didn't like that much. Or at least Forest's fans. Maybe it was just Wolves. There were some good Forest v Wolves games. There was usually a good atmosphere for Forest v Wolves, they brought a lot of fans and were hard to beat, even when Forest had a good side.

    Remember the final day of Frank Clark's promotion season, Forest were beating Sunderland 2-0 with ten to go in a nothing sort of game. Goodman then scored twice for Sunderland, who were probably lower midtable. For one I think he used his hand to bring it down. When they equalised, Sunderland fans invaded the pitch celebrating their 2-2 at Forest's promotion party. It was all a bit odd.
    I always seem to remember him scoring against us when I was young. Him and some Jeremy Beadle looking striker who played for Millwall.


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    It was David Mitchell




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    Anyone who doesn't think this guy is biased against us just listen to this:



    1. First goal - no mention of the great 1-2 to set up Ameobi for the goal and apparently is was all the goalkeepers fault for letting it in. No mention of it being a good strike.

    2. Grabban shot - "it's not a save, it's a HUGE miss from Grabban" so apparently the keeper didn't save it, Grabban just missed


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    Default Re: Don Goodman

    Get promoted and we don't have to listen to his tinpot analysis.


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    Default Re: Don Goodman

    Its not Don Goodman


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    It’s not cricket either.

    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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    Quote Originally Posted by DapperDan View Post
    Its not Don Goodman
    Is it not?

    Fair enough! I stand corrected and rather embarrassed!


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    Default Re: Don Goodman

    Him and Hinchcliffe (I think it's him) seem to share the same opinions though


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    Quote Originally Posted by DapperDan View Post
    Him and Hinchcliffe (I think it's him) seem to share the same opinions though
    If they were any good at opinions they would be spouting them on premier league teams.


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    Default Re: Don Goodman

    To be fair it was a Grabban miss. The keeper had already dived and one the hard work for Lewis!

    Also, i'm not sure that is Goodman. Sounds more like Higgingbottom... who is not exactly likely to be pro Forest either.


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    Default Re: Don Goodman

    Hinchcliffe >Goodman.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvel View Post
    To be fair it was a Grabban miss.
    So the keeper didn't save it?


 

 

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