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    Default Miguel Angel Guerrero

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    That's a weird one. I was almost certain that Guerrero would go back to Spain, where he was wanted by Leganés, where we had loaned him.

    Guerrero is what his name says, a fighter. Relentless workrate, he will press the opponent's defence and fight for every ball until after the referee has blown the final whistle. In fact, he works so hard that he forgets to do his main job, score goals...


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Another Lars V

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLeftfoot View Post
    Another Lars V
    I thought GBG said he presses relentlessly and works hard?

    I thought he looked good against us in last years friendly. Scored a powerful strike if I remember? Infact I think I remarked I was hoping he was one we'd get from them. The sort who can do a job at this level.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    That's a weird one. I was almost certain that Guerrero would go back to Spain, where he was wanted by Leganés, where we had loaned him.

    Guerrero is what his name says, a fighter. Relentless workrate, he will press the opponent's defence and fight for every ball until after the referee has blown the final whistle. In fact, he works so hard that he forgets to do his main job, score goals...
    I can only go by what I've seen of the lad, and that is only 3 games. However, in those three games he pulled defenders all over the place with his movement which created huge openings for other players to run into, a bit like Rooney used to late in his Man U career. The only problem Forest would have with that is our head coach plays one lone striker and two wide wingers with no other support going forward, Guerrero's movement would be wasted at Forest and the supporters would be calling for his head after a couple games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nffclsr View Post
    I can only go by what I've seen of the lad, and that is only 3 games. However, in those three games he pulled defenders all over the place with his movement which created huge openings for other players to run into, a bit like Rooney used to late in his Man U career. The only problem Forest would have with that is our head coach plays one lone striker and two wide wingers with no other support going forward, Guerrero's movement would be wasted at Forest and the supporters would be calling for his head after a couple games.
    This is why I say he can make not only his fellow strikers happy, but also the midfielders if they are willing to step into the box.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    That's a weird one. I was almost certain that Guerrero would go back to Spain, where he was wanted by Leganés, where we had loaned him.

    Guerrero is what his name says, a fighter. Relentless workrate, he will press the opponent's defence and fight for every ball until after the referee has blown the final whistle. In fact, he works so hard that he forgets to do his main job, score goals...
    If we get a budget Dirk Kuyt then I'll be delighted.

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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    A reasonable and cheap third choice striker, no?


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    A reasonable and cheap third choice striker, no?
    No.

    In my opinion after a month he will be main squad element


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    More chance of Eddie Guerrero.


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    More chance of Eddie Guerrero.
    We need some Latino heat to help us lie, cheat and steal our way to promotion.

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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Ah, this is the Forest I remember, after been linked to actual proven strikers we sign some cheap cast off from Olympiacos.

    I’m sure this one will be amazing though ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Ah, this is the Forest I remember, after been linked to actual proven strikers we sign some cheap cast off from Olympiacos.

    I’m sure this one will be amazing though ....
    To be fair though we have two proven ones. Juke was never realistic as a third striker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    To be fair though we have two proven ones. Juke was never realistic as a third striker.
    Not realistic for a club who's not about to receive 14m for 1 player, with 2m potentially to follow.

    If selling the likes of Cash for that amounts means we still can't get players like Juke in then there's no point selling them.

    Every other club flaunts FFP, we should be able to sell a player for that much and still bring the likes of Juke here IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-aSemedoBlueJeans&Chinos View Post
    Not realistic for a club who's not about to receive 14m for 1 player, with 2m potentially to follow.

    If selling the likes of Cash for that amounts means we still can't get players like Juke in then there's no point selling them.

    Every other club flaunts FFP, we should be able to sell a player for that much and still bring the likes of Juke here IMO.
    Realistic in the sense of cost but also the idea that juke would want to sit behind Taylor and Grabban. Ok we have received money but how much would the cost of juke in transfer cost, agents fees, signing fees etc... Juke will be on more than we had cash on, significantly I’d think. He’ll certainly want more as it could be his last big contract. So we could end up spending the 2/3 of the cash money on a third choice striker even if he did want to play second or third fiddle.

    Surely that isn’t a good situation?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    Realistic in the sense of cost but also the idea that juke would want to sit behind Taylor and Grabban. Ok we have received money but how much would the cost of juke in transfer cost, agents fees, signing fees etc... Juke will be on more than we had cash on, significantly I’d think. He’ll certainly want more as it could be his last big contract. So we could end up spending the 2/3 of the cash money on a third choice striker even if he did want to play second or third fiddle.

    Surely that isn’t a good situation?
    I think it's a good point if that's the case, but everyone's assuming Lamouchi will only use 1 striker. Given 3, I think 2 strikers will start a significant amount of times, esp at home. That'll give all 3 plenty of game time over a season. As GBG say with Guerrero, a complimentary option.

    Regards wage again make you right mate, but at what point do you commit to a promotion push?

    Look at it the other way, last year we sold Appiah, the year before Brereton, the year before Britt (alongside others) - is our only purpose in life to develop players for other clubs, and be stuck in a constant cycle of develop-sell-develop-sell?

    There has to come a point when said sales are reinvested to form a squad capable of promotion. If all Britts/Appiahs/Breretons/Cash's/etc sale does is buy us time, then we're forever waiting on a future which will never come.


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    To be fair though we have two proven ones. Juke was never realistic as a third striker.
    Nor very wise football-wise: if you have two proven scorers, it makes more sense for the third choice to be someone mobile and hard-working rather than a target man. Guerrero can easily play alongside Grabban or Taylor. He's a team player who opens spaces for others to score, even if he does not score much himself.


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    Nor very wise football-wise: if you have two proven scorers, it makes more sense for the third choice to be someone mobile and hard-working rather than a target man. Guerrero can easily play alongside Grabban or Taylor. He's a team player who opens spaces for others to score, even if he does not score much himself.
    I’m sold GBG. Barry will be a tougher sale!!

    I also notice his poor goal scoring record is similar to Jutkiewicz scoring record.


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    I’m sold GBG. Barry will be a tougher sale!!

    I also notice his poor goal scoring record is similar to Jutkiewicz scoring record.



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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    Nor very wise football-wise: if you have two proven scorers, it makes more sense for the third choice to be someone mobile and hard-working rather than a target man. Guerrero can easily play alongside Grabban or Taylor. He's a team player who opens spaces for others to score, even if he does not score much himself.
    Or just let our third choice be an academy graduate hungry for a taste of the first team!?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyT View Post
    Or just let our third choice be an academy graduate hungry for a taste of the first team!?
    Of course; but is there any such talented availabe academy graduate for this position?


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Can he play right back?


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Barry will be happy


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    If Grabban goes then the situation is different. But guerrero could still be the third striker we need and a few people who know their football say he looked good against us last season and can be a handful. He may be shite but this doesn’t seem that bad a deal.


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    Default Re: Miguel Angel Guerrero

    Quote Originally Posted by GOBIAS View Post
    If Grabban goes then the situation is different. But guerrero could still be the third striker we need and a few people who know their football say he looked good against us last season and can be a handful. He may be shite but this doesn’t seem that bad a deal.
    Matt Smith looks a world beater playing against us, I still wouldn’t sign him.


 

 

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