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Thread: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

      
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    Default Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Due to technical problems I've got to do this thread.
    Due to being naughty we've all got to watch this.

    Deepdale, Sat Jan 2, 3pm.

    Forest, unbeaten all year, haven't conceded all year, v Preston, without a point or goal all year.

    It's a thriller in Preston...

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

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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Happily take another draw here.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Unbeaten in 4. Be positive boys.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Is it even necessary for the team to travel to Preston or is a win more likely if they watch it from home?


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Let's hope there's plenty of fog at Deepdale.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    A fantastic win to celebrate Gary Brazils first game .

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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    It’s going to be a boring game, perfect nap time


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lard View Post
    A fantastic win to celebrate Gary Brazils first game .

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    If anything it will be nice to see Reid on the sideline again.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    If we can convince PNE to score for us, reckon we might sneak a draw


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Another thrilling game on the cards with end to end stuff, best league in the world this is.

    0-0 and we march on to the dizzy heights of 20th in the league.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Another thrilling game on the cards with end to end stuff, best league in the world this is.

    0-0 and we march on to the dizzy heights of 20th in the league.
    Championship is top quality mate, Celtic and Rangers wouldn't get promoted etc...


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    I think I may have missed it but where has Harvey gone?

    0-0 to the famous team to start the new year with renewed hope only for it to be dashed on our return to the city ground


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Started to look in to their team and feels like nailed on PNE win (especially if you follow the current LTLF vogue of We Are Shit) but could depend on which Preston turns up - they've beaten Brentford 4-2, Bournemouth 3-2, smashed Middlesbrough and Reading 3-0 each, drawn with Norwich but been tonked by Luton, Watford and Blackburn Rovers, scraped past (a horribly resurgent) Derby drawn with Wycombe and lost to Millwall, Barnsley and Rotherham.

    They will no doubt note our Achilles Heel (nod to GBG) of consistently conceding goals with some glee as they've been knocking them in and scored in 7 out of 8 games in December.

    Topscorer Scott Sinclair has 7 bolstered by a healthy squad with several players having 3 or 2 apiece whereas we have Taylor with 4, who is now persona non gratia, it seems and the rest with a measly one apiece.

    In the words of my sainted Nan, "it's lookin' a bit dark ova Bill's mothas our kid"


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Here's the answer to all our problems:

    When we actually got stuck in and ran about a bit at Stoke we looked OK. So let's get Taylor on to do that. But let's keep Grabban, since no-one else in our team has enough talent to score a goal. So my solution is drop Yates, move Cafu back as the box-to-box midfielder, and Taylor as the number 10


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    Got a point at Stoke, so I'll be utterly amazed if Hughton doesn't field pretty much the same line-up, bar maybe someone like Mighten in depending on Knockers situation.

    Figs got away with his error last game, so Hughton will defo give him a chance to make sure it gifts the opposition a goal in this one.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    2020 behind us for this one we can get on with things and finally throw off the shackles that have held us back and give a scintillating display of dour tedium to try to grind out a really entertaining and absorbing 0-0 borefest.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    The absolute worst thing to happen will be a wank smash and grab, as Hughton will remain for a week of a transfer window where a manager that gives a shit could be in charge.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Time to try something a little different

    Samba
    Christie Figs Worrall Ribiero
    Yates Sow
    Knockaert Cafu Ameobi
    Grabban

    Win 0-0.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redforest View Post
    I think I may have missed it but where has Harvey gone?

    0-0 to the famous team to start the new year with renewed hope only for it to be dashed on our return to the city ground
    Possibly got something to do with Grabban's assist for their goal?

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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Forest to pump in the fog


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    [QUOTE=redforest;3310916]I think I may have missed it but where has Harvey gone?

    The near post.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by redforest View Post
    I think I may have missed it but where has Harvey gone?

    The near post.
    Is that anywhere near the White Post out past Calverton?


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redforest View Post
    I think I may have missed it but where has Harvey gone?


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    We can get a smash & grabban here, as in Hooters first game in charge.


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    Default Re: Matchday 23 - PressDownBothEnds v Forest - Official Matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Malwood View Post
    Here's the answer to all our problems:

    When we actually got stuck in and ran about a bit at Stoke we looked OK. So let's get Taylor on to do that. But let's keep Grabban, since no-one else in our team has enough talent to score a goal. So my solution is drop Yates, move Cafu back as the box-to-box midfielder, and Taylor as the number 10
    Grabban number 10

    Taylor lead the line


 

 

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