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    Default Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Sheffield United and Newcastle well-represented with a couple of Reds at each club, plus Wes Morgan at Leicester & Matty Cash at Villa

    So far, Karl Darlow is edging out Oli Burke as top ex-Forest performer of the weekend. Outstanding first half display of goalkeeping for Geordies against Spurs, keeping his side in the game.


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Bamford scored the winner for Leeds vs Sheff Utd (Sharp, McGoldrick, Burke, Osborn, Robinson all played).


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Who are the others...

    Antonio is still at West Ham
    Darlow and Lascelles at Newcastle
    Cash and Lansbury at VIlla
    Not sure there are any more...


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Darlow
    Cash Morgan Lascelles Robinson
    Osborn Lansbury
    Antonio McGoldrick Burke
    Bamford

    A starting 11 we sold for about £50m.


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    Darlow
    Cash Morgan Lascelles Robinson
    Osborn Lansbury
    Antonio McGoldrick Burke
    Bamford

    A starting 11 we sold for about £50m.
    Yessss mate - that's a pretty good team right there


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    Darlow
    Cash Morgan Lascelles Robinson
    Osborn Lansbury
    Antonio McGoldrick Burke
    Bamford

    A starting 11 we sold for about £50m.
    Yet one season in the Premier League would be worth about triple that figure.

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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    what happened to our "Five Year Plan"?

    that was supposed to be start of forward thinking, plan of patience to stop selling our best talent, and within 5 years a premier League place would be ours

    TBH, I could get behind a new Five Year Plan as we seem to be spinning our wheels right now


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rooster View Post
    what happened to our "Five Year Plan"?

    that was supposed to be start of forward thinking, plan of patience to stop selling our best talent, and within 5 years a premier League place would be ours

    TBH, I could get behind a new Five Year Plan as we seem to be spinning our wheels right now
    I think it was binned off two 5 year plans ago


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    Forest have had more five year plans than Iosef Vissionarovich Stalin, and they’ve all been about as successful.

    To the gulag!

    „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“

    „Don't forget you're alive. 'Cause sometimes when you walk around the city and you're in a bad mood, you can think, hey, wait a minute, we're alive! We don't know what the next second will bring and what a fantastic thing this is. This can get easily forgotten in the routine of life, and that's something I'm trying to bring to my attention at all times. Don't forget you're alive. We're not dead, you know. This is the greatest thing.”

    — Joe Strummer

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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    I think it was binned off two 5 year plans ago
    Think it was three


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    One more can't hurt, right? We've got to get it right eventually LOL

    Leeds, Wolves, Sheffield Utd were wandering in the 'wilderness' for decades, now look where they are! Got to be our turn soon, surely?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rooster View Post
    One more can't hurt, right? We've got to get it right eventually LOL

    Leeds, Wolves, Sheffield Utd were wandering in the 'wilderness' for decades, now look where they are! Got to be our turn soon, surely?
    Ask Preston NE.

    60 years and counting outside the top flight. They used to be a big club you know...

    THE TRUTH IS THERE AND WITH IT I GO TO THE END OF THE WORLD .

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    Great to see Psycho and Alan Irvine getting West Ham motivated and destroying Leicester City in today's early game

    In keeping with ex-Forest theme - Antonio was man of the match playing at Centre Forward... Leicester's defence just could handle his strength & aggression

    Mush better at #9 than as a winger. Psycho & Antonio doing Forest proud today


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rooster View Post
    what happened to our "Five Year Plan"?

    that was supposed to be start of forward thinking, plan of patience to stop selling our best talent, and within 5 years a premier League place would be ours

    TBH, I could get behind a new Five Year Plan as we seem to be spinning our wheels right now
    under doughty , it was originally a 3 year plan , then extend to 5 year plan and as the rot settled in , it became 10 year , 15 year plan until he resigned and sold the club.


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Wouldn't surprise me for Forest to have 40 year plan in place, we're over half way there


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    After impressing in first few games for Villa, Cash had a nightmare for Villa against Saints yesterday

    Karl Darlow however put in a match-winning performance in goal as Newcastle upset Everton - he's been very solid all season. Good luck to the lad


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    Wouldn't surprise me for Forest to have 40 year plan in place, we're over half way there
    I think the new stand will take another 20 spot.


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    Needham and Woodcock - partners at Law


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    Default Re: Ex-Forest player watch 20/21Premier Leage

    I try to watch most Newcastle games as Karl Darlow was one of my favourite keepers at Forest
    Unfortunately he's been displaced by Dubravka

    Although he's aged a lot in past year (who wouldn't?) Jamaal Lascalles was his usual man-mountain at centre half but popped up with a late equalizer to save Steve Bruce's skin and possibly bar-codes season.
    Knew he was going to be a good un


 

 

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