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    I look forward to his dad telling us he should be ahead of Grabban in the pecking order.


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    Sweden and generally the nordics have the most similar culture to the UK as I've found in the world. Must make young players feel a little more comfortable when making a big switch like that


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    Great to see the club thinking ahead with a signing like this. Nobody knows how the lad will develop but there's obviously been some serious thought put it into this. It's what you get with stability -- somebody can make decisions that may pay off in 2 or 3 years time.


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    This lad and McGuane seem like great prospects. As important as it is to sign players for the first team, it's great to see the club signing young players from abroad who have the potential to do well here in the next few years.


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    Fuck me, it's as if we have some sort of plan for the future going on at the club.


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    With this chap and McGuane (subject to confirmation), added to lads like Mighten and Johnson, we seem to be building a younger side which is full of class and deep in talent.

    Huge fan of this and long may it continue


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    Hope he's better than that other Lars bloke we singed as a striker.


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    Heard he's progressing well in the U23's, no harm giving the lad a run out in the first team.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton Cosmo View Post
    Heard he's progressing well in the U23's, no harm giving the lad a run out in the first team.
    To be honest under the current manager and his tactical approach, it’d kill the lad‘s confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    To be honest under the current manager and his tactical approach, it’d kill the lad‘s confidence.
    Unfortunately that's right, a traffic cone is what Hughton seems to like, well Murray did a good impression of one.

    Please hold off pushing young forwards until we have a manager who can use them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Berkshire Red View Post
    Unfortunately that's right, a traffic cone is what Hughton seems to like, well Murray did a good impression of one.

    Please hold off pushing young forwards until we have a manager who can use them.
    Hughtons had two promotions with top scoring sides in the division. Murray had a 1/2 record under Hughton.

    These are big statements that need backing up.

    Who therefore are you putting forward as offensive players at the club Hughton is supposedly stifling?


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    This CV CH has. Is it genuine? I mean, has he really had success back in the day?

    How, just how?


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    Quote Originally Posted by valspoodle View Post
    This CV CH has. Is it genuine? I mean, has he really had success back in the day?

    How, just how?
    Martin O'Neil had success back in the day but he is a dinosaur and past it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Martin O'Neil had success back in the day but he is a dinosaur and past it.
    And still did much better than our current manager.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    Hughtons had two promotions with top scoring sides in the division. Murray had a 1/2 record under Hughton.

    These are big statements that need backing up.

    Who therefore are you putting forward as offensive players at the club Hughton is supposedly stifling?
    Statements that mean absolutely nothing.

    Your continual defence of a bloke who has us losing almost every week is as impressive as Alf still banging on about some lunatic jock.

    Ask Norwich and Birmingham fans what they think of Hughton, don't just cherry pick the good stuff. Be objective. He's been a failure here, not all his fault for sure but he hasn't helped himself. To your question about attacking players stifled: everyone. Not one attacker has improved under him, mainly because he doesn't give the them license to express themselves. The fact that we rarely have support from midfield is telling.

    Your support for the Murray signing is strange too, he'd done nothing for a good time prior to us signing him. There was no reason to believe that he wasn't finished and so it proved, yet Hughton still gave him match time even when we were safe from relegation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Berkshire Red View Post
    Statements that mean absolutely nothing.

    Your continual defence of a bloke who has us losing almost every week is as impressive as Alf still banging on about some lunatic jock.

    Ask Norwich and Birmingham fans what they think of Hughton, don't just cherry pick the good stuff. Be objective. He's been a failure here, not all his fault for sure but he hasn't helped himself. To your question about attacking players stifled: everyone. Not one attacker has improved under him, mainly because he doesn't give the them license to express themselves. The fact that we rarely have support from midfield is telling.

    Your support for the Murray signing is strange too, he'd done nothing for a good time prior to us signing him. There was no reason to believe that he wasn't finished and so it proved, yet Hughton still gave him match time even when we were safe from relegation.
    Two championship promotions mean nothing? They're important context for the dimwits that suggest he can't manage a football club.

    The Murray signing means nothing? 1/2 is important context when it comes to the decision to sign a player on the woeful budget Hughtons been afforded.

    I could ask Newcastle 7 brighton fans what they think, he can't succeed everywhere.

    Ive never argued he's been a failure here, if you read the context you'd click on I'm suggesting theres after more to this failure than Hughtons apparent inability to manage anything.

    As for improving the attacking options, how the fuck do you know he doesnt give anyone license, how do you know unequivocally this isn't a team playing with fear/lack of confidence, its an attacking roster of youth, limited players, crocked players and out of form players. Why would you place an emphasis on that lot when defending is your strength?

    If he;'s sacked tomorrow, i'd accept it 100%, but absolving the planning above his head to the extent we are just makes it look like a witchhunt to get him out.

    The lack of class amongst our fans is palpable on this one.


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    The lack of Hughton's ability at Forest is palpable. The fans have been more than patient I'd say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    The lack of class amongst our fans is palpable on this one.
    Are you his agent, wife, or Mum?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    Two championship promotions mean nothing? They're important context for the dimwits that suggest he can't manage a football club.
    No, they're a sign of what he has done in the past, in different situations at a different club, Right here, right now he's a complete waste of space.

    His failures are as important as his successes. And he's now got another to add to them.

    You seem to have a superiority complex over this, not quite sure why.


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    More chance of Gary Larson


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    Seeing Forest at the bottom of the division, 1 point from possible 18, does make me wonder about Hoots ability to manage a football team.

    Clearly that makes me a dimwit. Must be missing something somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Blonde View Post
    More chance of Gary Larson
    He'd do well on the far side of the pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortez the Killer View Post
    He'd do well on the far side of the pitch.
    Forest players have downed their cow tools in recent matches.




 

 

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