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    Hi everyone!

    My name is Ezequiel and after years of waiting, my account was finally activated. I've been reading this forum for several years, and even though I couldn't comment, I feel like an old member of it anyway

    I just wanted to tell you all my love history for Nottingham Forest: I'm Argentinian, 25 y.o., and I live in Buenos Aires. 5 years ago, I was playing Fifa 14 with a friend of mine, and we randomly chose Nottingham Forest to start a new career. After some seasons, we actually fell in love with the team, so I started to do a research about Forest.

    It is important to stick out that I'm an Independiente big fan in Argentina, and both teams share the same colours, so I can't deny that that helped to make me fell in love with Forest. The more I investigated, the more that my love for Forest grew. There is even a theory that tells that Independiente chose the "Red Garibaldi" colour for its jersey after a NF tour in South America in 1905, so imagine how strong was turning my feelings.

    So I started to follow the team matches and stuff, and after some months, my decision was made: I wanted to travel to Nottingham to watch a Forest match. So I started saving money (I was only in my early twenties, and as you probably should know, the economic situation in Argentina is always a complete disaster), so it was an year of sacrifices, but I finally could make it!!!

    EzeForest_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze y Emi City Ground2_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze5_opt.jpg

    That January 16th of 2016 was the best day of my entire life. At first, I went to the store and bought everything I could (jersey, jogging, cup, etc.), and after that, me friend and I arrived to the City Ground: the sensation was unique. We beat Bolton 3-0 (Nelson Oliveira, Oli Burke and Jamie Ward), to make it even more perfect.

    When I came back to Argentina, I saw that there weren't Argentinian people talking or informing about Forest, so I decided to create a Twitter account to talk about some stuff (information, opinion, matches). My dream and the aim of this account is to develop and expand day by day the Argentinian Forest community, so someday we can travel all together to Nottingham to watch a Forest game. I'll leave you the account, just in case you wanna join : @NFFCArgentina

    Forest Arg Foro.JPG

    It's a big pleasure for me to "represent" Forest from the other side of the ocean, and I really hope I can come back someday and meet you all in the City Ground.

    I'm sorry that I post this here, but I actually didn't find where the most accurate place was, and I knew that in Forest Banter it would be seen for many of you! Of course you can reclassify it if it's necessary.

    Until now, I couldn't have contact with many Forest supporters and now that my account was activated I want to take advantage of the possibility! I'll enjoy a lot this space

    I hope as well that my english is good enough so you can understand me , English education in Argentina is not actually the best.

    Thank you again for this space and #COYR!!!

    Eze (@EzeMaart - instagram.com/ezemaart) - Forest Argentina (@NFFCArgentina)


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    This is a brilliant story, well done young man, and welcome!

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    I like Ezequiel...he seems a calibre chap.


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    Buena noches Ezequiel. Great story, glad you got to see a seemingly good game.

    Welcome to the forum.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EzeRojo View Post
    Hi everyone!

    My name is Ezequiel and after years of waiting, my account was finally activated. I've been reading this forum for several years, and even though I couldn't comment, I feel like an old member of it anyway

    I just wanted to tell you all my love history for Nottingham Forest: I'm Argentinian, 25 y.o., and I live in Buenos Aires. 5 years ago, I was playing Fifa 14 with a friend of mine, and we randomly chose Nottingham Forest to start a new career. After some seasons, we actually fell in love with the team, so I started to do a research about Forest.

    It is important to stick out that I'm an Independiente big fan in Argentina, and both teams share the same colours, so I can't deny that that helped to make me fell in love with Forest. The more I investigated, the more that my love for Forest grew. There is even a theory that tells that Independiente chose the "Red Garibaldi" colour for its jersey after a NF tour in South America in 1905, so imagine how strong was turning my feelings.

    So I started to follow the team matches and stuff, and after some months, my decision was made: I wanted to travel to Nottingham to watch a Forest match. So I started saving money (I was only in my early twenties, and as you probably should know, the economic situation in Argentina is always a complete disaster), so it was an year of sacrifices, but I finally could make it!!!

    EzeForest_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze y Emi City Ground2_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze5_opt.jpg

    That January 16th of 2016 was the best day of my entire life. At first, I went to the store and bought everything I could (jersey, jogging, cup, etc.), and after that, me friend and I arrived to the City Ground: the sensation was unique. We beat Bolton 3-0 (Nelson Oliveira, Oli Burke and Jamie Ward), to make it even more perfect.

    When I came back to Argentina, I saw that there weren't Argentinian people talking or informing about Forest, so I decided to create a Twitter account to talk about some stuff (information, opinion, matches). My dream and the aim of this account is to develop and expand day by day the Argentinian Forest community, so someday we can travel all together to Nottingham to watch a Forest game. I'll leave you the account, just in case you wanna join : @NFFCArgentina

    Forest Arg Foro.JPG

    It's a big pleasure for me to "represent" Forest from the other side of the ocean, and I really hope I can come back someday and meet you all in the City Ground.

    I'm sorry that I post this here, but I actually didn't find where the most accurate place was, and I knew that in Forest Banter it would be seen for many of you! Of course you can reclassify it if it's necessary.

    Until now, I couldn't have contact with many Forest supporters and now that my account was activated I want to take advantage of the possibility! I'll enjoy a lot this space

    I hope as well that my english is good enough so you can understand me , English education in Argentina is not actually the best.

    Thank you again for this space and #COYR!!!

    Eze (@EzeMaart - instagram.com/ezemaart) - Forest Argentina (@NFFCArgentina)
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    Welcome to crazy world of Forest. Love your story and you seem a bit weird. You'll fit right in.



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    Bienvenido mi amigo! Great story, and I hope you can return some day soon.


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    Welcome mate - I thoroughly enjoyed that story. We all have our own stories how we met Forest and fell in love with it (and out, and in and out).


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    Quote Originally Posted by lard View Post
    Welcome matey , Do you like Birds ?

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    Or squirrels


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    That’s a great story Ezequiel and welcome to the Forest family

    How did the matchday experience compare to Independiente?
    I imagine a big contrast and a pity we aren’t a high flying club anymore, there has been some magical times here in the past as I’m sure you know.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lard View Post
    Welcome matey , Do you like Birds ?

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    Try asking him if he likes Aves or Parajos? He a red blooded Argentinian, of course he likes birds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EzeRojo View Post
    Hi everyone!

    My name is Ezequiel and after years of waiting, my account was finally activated. I've been reading this forum for several years, and even though I couldn't comment, I feel like an old member of it anyway

    I just wanted to tell you all my love history for Nottingham Forest: I'm Argentinian, 25 y.o., and I live in Buenos Aires. 5 years ago, I was playing Fifa 14 with a friend of mine, and we randomly chose Nottingham Forest to start a new career. After some seasons, we actually fell in love with the team, so I started to do a research about Forest.

    It is important to stick out that I'm an Independiente big fan in Argentina, and both teams share the same colours, so I can't deny that that helped to make me fell in love with Forest. The more I investigated, the more that my love for Forest grew. There is even a theory that tells that Independiente chose the "Red Garibaldi" colour for its jersey after a NF tour in South America in 1905, so imagine how strong was turning my feelings.

    So I started to follow the team matches and stuff, and after some months, my decision was made: I wanted to travel to Nottingham to watch a Forest match. So I started saving money (I was only in my early twenties, and as you probably should know, the economic situation in Argentina is always a complete disaster), so it was an year of sacrifices, but I finally could make it!!!

    EzeForest_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze y Emi City Ground2_opt.jpg

    Nottingham Eze5_opt.jpg

    That January 16th of 2016 was the best day of my entire life. At first, I went to the store and bought everything I could (jersey, jogging, cup, etc.), and after that, me friend and I arrived to the City Ground: the sensation was unique. We beat Bolton 3-0 (Nelson Oliveira, Oli Burke and Jamie Ward), to make it even more perfect.

    When I came back to Argentina, I saw that there weren't Argentinian people talking or informing about Forest, so I decided to create a Twitter account to talk about some stuff (information, opinion, matches). My dream and the aim of this account is to develop and expand day by day the Argentinian Forest community, so someday we can travel all together to Nottingham to watch a Forest game. I'll leave you the account, just in case you wanna join : @NFFCArgentina

    Forest Arg Foro.JPG

    It's a big pleasure for me to "represent" Forest from the other side of the ocean, and I really hope I can come back someday and meet you all in the City Ground.

    I'm sorry that I post this here, but I actually didn't find where the most accurate place was, and I knew that in Forest Banter it would be seen for many of you! Of course you can reclassify it if it's necessary.

    Until now, I couldn't have contact with many Forest supporters and now that my account was activated I want to take advantage of the possibility! I'll enjoy a lot this space

    I hope as well that my english is good enough so you can understand me , English education in Argentina is not actually the best.

    Thank you again for this space and #COYR!!!

    Eze (@EzeMaart - instagram.com/ezemaart) - Forest Argentina (@NFFCArgentina)
    Welcome fella

    Don’t worry about the standard of your English as it’s better than that of the majority of the twats on this forum


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    Welcome Ezequiel, hope you enjoy your time on this forum.


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    Hi Ezequiel, welcome to the forum.

    I hope that you have been following the Forest Early History thread on this site. There are lots of interesting tales from the clubs history to be found there, including, if I remember correctly, some mentions of the 1905 Argentina tour.

    Enjoy your time with us.


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    Welcome.

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    Welcome, me duck.

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    Welcome Eze! Welcome to the asylum.


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    Already like this guy more than Thomas.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GandalfTheRed View Post
    Already like this guy more than Thomas.
    Interestingly enough, while I have a connection to forest via family, I actually started to follow forest after I continuously played them in fifa career mode as well hahaha

    But Ezekiel has never had an epic name like “dogtits”. Easy Dub.


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    What must the odds have been on placing all your Forest eggs in the Dougie basket, and watching a 3-0 win?


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    Quote Originally Posted by twatradamus View Post
    Interestingly enough, while I have a connection to forest via family, I actually started to follow forest after I continuously played them in fifa career mode as well hahaha

    But Ezekiel has never had an epic name like “dogtits”. Easy Dub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    What must the odds have been on placing all your Forest eggs in the Dougie basket, and watching a 3-0 win?
    Bolton is really shit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GandalfTheRed View Post
    Love you really mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twatradamus View Post
    She looks a bit like you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    What must the odds have been on placing all your Forest eggs in the Dougie basket, and watching a 3-0 win?
    "You having a go on the euromillions tonight, its £190 million?"

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