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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    It might not be the most practical, but I can't fault Joe's choice of car (amongst others that I'm sure he owns). My first was a 1962 Austin Mini Cooper which I bought in 1968 when I was 19.

    I've owned what seems like dozens of various makes and models of cars and vans since, but that one is still my favourite.

    By the way, amongst all of the very welcome foreign accents and various regional dialects at the NDA these days, there's still something vaguely reassuring to me about hearing a Nottingham Forest player describing the weather as "itschuckinitdahn".

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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_Bristol View Post
    Steve Sidwell!
    I thought him and Ben Watson were the same thing


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    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    I thought him and Ben Watson were the same thing



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    He won't leave, he loves the club and would be happier captaining us. If it was the club forcing it then somebody like Mighten will go instead. This ownership have only sold Matty Cash that is a key player and that was always gonna happen.

    All he did at Rangers was talk about coming back to play for Forest.
    Ha, if I had a quid for every time I've heard that said about a Forest player!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Clarks Tash View Post
    Ha, if I had a quid for every time I've heard that said about a Forest player!
    You'd probably just about have enough to pay for a match day sub on iForestTV or whatever the fekk it is this week


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Clarks Tash View Post
    Ha, if I had a quid for every time I've heard that said about a Forest player!
    Who? There are very few characters like Worrall in football.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    Who? There are very few characters like Worrall in football.
    If someone like Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs etc came in for Worrall he'd be off in a flash and wouldn't even think twice about it.

    Doesn't make him unloyal, we'd all be the same if we were pro-footballers playing for Forest.

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    Nixon reporting that West Ham are keen on Worrall. Thatís a move I can see him making. Norwich and Burnley also linked but less likely IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Nixon reporting that West Ham are keen on Worrall. Thatís a move I can see him making. Norwich and Burnley also linked but less likely IMO.
    If a team like West Ham offered him first team football he would be daft to say no, the likes of Norwich? Whatís the point he would be playing against us again next year, heís better off waiting for a better move.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Ya cant break our defence up, Hoots as got that bit right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haych View Post
    If a team like West Ham offered him first team football he would be daft to say no, the likes of Norwich? Whatís the point he would be playing against us again next year, heís better off waiting for a better move.
    Yeah West Ham would be a quality move for him. Moyes is a great manager, they play decent football and have a genuine shout at consistent European football for the next 2-3 years whilst the shitshow at Arsenal and Tottenham continues.

    As I have consistently stated, this is Worralls last season in a Forest shirt. Heíll be gone for £15-20m this summer and Mbe Soh will be partnering McKenna as our first choice CB pairing next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Yeah West Ham would be a quality move for him. Moyes is a great manager, they play decent football and have a genuine shout at consistent European football for the next 2-3 years whilst the shitshow at Arsenal and Tottenham continues.

    As I have consistently stated, this is Worralls last season in a Forest shirt. He’ll be gone for £15-20m this summer and Mbe Soh will be partnering McKenna as our first choice CB pairing next year.
    I really hope he stays but he’s out grown us over the last two years.

    I really hope Soh is actually decent, people seem to hype him up every time we discuss Worrall leaving, hopefully they actually know he’s decent and don’t just assume he is due to coming from PSG. If he isn’t close to Joes level we will suffer next year as McKenna loves an injury.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Nixon reporting that West Ham are keen on Worrall. That’s a move I can see him making. Norwich and Burnley also linked but less likely IMO.
    He'd be daft to turn West Ham down if they came knocking. European football, tutorage under Moyes, semi-realistic chance of England squad for the World Cup next season if he puts a really good season in.

    He's important to us though, and both our defence and squad will be weakened by one of our better players and better leaders leaving.

    £20m + add-ons as starting stance from Forest if West Ham really do want to pursue it. Nothing less than £15m if we club and player want to sanction the move.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haych View Post
    I really hope he stays but heís out grown us over the last two years.

    I really hope Soh is actually decent, people seem to hype him up every time we discuss Worrall leaving, hopefully they actually know heís decent and donít just assume he is due to coming from PSG. If he isnít close to Joes level we will suffer next year as McKenna loves an injury.
    Was it Millwall away Mbe Soh played? Barring the very minor mistake leading to their goal I thought he played very well and got an assist with a lovely ball to Mighten.

    Iím confident heíll be decent.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    He won't leave, don't spend all summer worrying about it


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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxiRobriguez View Post
    He'd be daft to turn West Ham down if they came knocking. European football, tutorage under Moyes, semi-realistic chance of England squad for the World Cup next season if he puts a really good season in.

    He's important to us though, and both our defence and squad will be weakened by one of our better players and better leaders leaving.

    £20m + add-ons as starting stance from Forest if West Ham really do want to pursue it. Nothing less than £15m if we club and player want to sanction the move.
    Pearce is at West Ham too as well.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Think he'll have to be sold


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    He won't leave, don't spend all summer worrying about it
    I admire your confidence Razor, although I fear it's a little misplaced.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Someone is going to have to be sold for big money if Hughton is to dramatically reshape the squad in the next three months and transform it into one that can win promotion. And West Ham will be hard for Worrall to turn down.

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    West Ham are the exact kind of team I think he'd probably want to go to if he does leave. Seem to be progressing in the right direction, Moyes and Psycho, decent core of English players... and he'd probably stand a decent chance of playing.

    Matty Cash at Villa is a prime example, he's done well there.


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    Hopefully West Ham being involved (a top half Premier League club likely to be playing in Europe next season), we'll be able to get a decent fee for him. It would be a good move for Joe too.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    I think we should all stop thinking about what benefits the player and concentrate on what BENEFITS NFFC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    I think we should all stop thinking about what benefits the player and concentrate on what BENEFITS NFFC.
    £20m in the coffers would benefit NFFC.


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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Key word up there is "Nixon"....

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    Default Re: Joe Worrall Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Haych View Post
    If a team like West Ham offered him first team football he would be daft to say no, the likes of Norwich? What’s the point he would be playing against us again next year, he’s better off waiting for a better move.
    Money talks. His salary would immediately doubled.


 

 

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