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    Forest are in a relegation scrap so will field a weakened team for this. A good result and performance could buy Harris some time whilst another bad result/performance could push him out the door, so I'm hoping he fields a pretty strong team.

    The last FA Cup meeting between Nottingham Forest and Cardiff was in the fifth round in 1927/28, a 2-1 win for Forest.Cardiff have won their last six away matches against Nottingham Forest, all in the league between May 2015 and September 2020. It is their longest away winning run against an opponent in their history.Nottingham Forest have lost seven of their last nine FA Cup matches (W2), losing their last three in a row, last losing four in a row between 2000 and 2003.

    I really want to win this.

    1-0 Forest. Taylor volley.

    Ball watching again!

    What a goal by Forest / Our goalie had No chance

    Yet again standing off, no tackle and losing within 10 minutes. Pathetic but predictable.

    Bye bye Harris.

    Nice finish. But where is the pressure on the wing? No one in this team wants to tackle.

    No sign of our right back again and he’s just been skinned by Ameobi inside the first five minutes.

    Arter hurt, oh dear how sad, never mind.

    Cardiff have upped their game and its all Cardiff.

    HT 1-0. Generally played ok. Usual dreadful early goal is costing us. Glatzel has been absolutely awful today. If we had a striker it would be 1 v 1. Moore is hugely missed.

    We improved but never really created much.

    We are the better side and Forest look poor but we don't really look like scoring.

    Agree, we do look the better side and Forest are not great but for all of our possession we haven’t had a shot on target yet.

    Very standard mid table championship match up. Not much quality, poor mistakes, bit boring to watch.Big improvement needed second half of Forest will just ride this one out.

    First half never looked like scoring and always felt we would let another goal in. Need a vast improvement in the second half.

    Cardiff better side first half,but both teams look toothless.

    We have an uncanny ability to nullify our own attacks everytime we get to the edge of the area.

    Murphy's pass completion is 50%. Ie he has given the ball away every other time he's touched it.

    He’s played some lovely passes that most wouldn’t try either.

    Reminds me of the Morecambe & Wise, with Andre Previn sketch. "I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order"

    Good from Cardiff again. Having all the ball and territory and Forest are stuck in their half.

    We’re in total control.

    I think total control might include scoring.

    We ain't gonna score in a month of Sundays.

    Time the ref got his cards out they are doing wilson all the time.

    Arter’s still a dirty twat.

    Mighten drives through the middle and hits one well from outside the box, but Phillips does well to stop it.

    It’s been virtual one way traffic towards the Forest goal this half, but, apart from a shot from a free kick by Wilson deflected 8nto the side netting by the wall, there’s been nothing to suggest City might score.

    We look like a side destined for relegation. Forest were very poor and we couldnt find a way to open them up. Desperately need Moore fit. All want now is 55 points and then Harris gone.

    Out we go.

    We dominated the second half but we never really looked like scoring.

    Chris Houghton looks suspiciously like Gus Fring.

    I thought he looked suspiciously like Chris Hughton.

    Forest good value for their win.

    Another defeat and another directionless, shapeless, dull, tedious and frankly boring performance. And against pretty mediocre opposition.

    We should not forget Forest made 8 changes for this game from their last league game, their 2nd string beat us which adds further concerns over our performance.

    Well done Lyle Taylor.

    One player that will not bow to pressure and says why.

    Mate your posts basically all revolve around the fact that 'BLM are marxists scum and if you disagree it's because you've been brainwashed by the mainstream media' - Not hard to remember this.

    BLM Matter are Marxists and no one can deny that as it’s fact.

    Notice you found the photo on the BBC, thought they were brainwashing everyone?

    There support of BLM. they just make them out to be saints etc. On MOTD they were sat there with there BLM Matter badges on. I find your question mind boggling as you only have to open your eyes and watch. The BBC are one of the most corrupt out there. Remember they protected Jimmy Saville all those years. There is a paedophilic statue outside the BBC in London they refuse to remove. They are a disgusting channel. They are full of Marxists pushing their agenda.

    Well done to all those who stay true to their beliefs by taking the knee, and all those who stay true to their beliefs by not taking the knee.

    Well done Lyle Taylor. All of the Black lads i know (inc my brother-in-law) want no part of BLM and actually find it insulting.

    Look at NCFC and the abuse they got most notably from Nathan Blake was horrendous and tantamount to bullying.
    The likes of homes under the hammer presenter Dion Dublin those that do not support BLM are racist. What a knob of a man and a hypocrite. He is getting paid loads by the BBC to present a capitalist programme like Homes under the Hammer whilst he is spouting his gob off about supporting a Marxist group. But the real issues not so much the knee it’s the Black Power shit I really object to and I will not support my club with those players at our club. And I would take the same stance if Is was White Power or Nazi salutes as well.


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    For the record the statue in question is from Shakespeare's The Tempest...


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    What's wrong with Homes Under The Hammer?


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    Thanks for posting Calvin, very much appreciated.


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    Cheers, Calvin!

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    What's wrong with Homes Under The Hammer?
    It’s called Homes under the Hammer and Sickle in Wales.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    It’s called Homes under the Hammer and Sickle in Wales.
    They have TV in Wales now? I bet the sheep are relieved.


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    Default Re: FA Cup, Round 3: Cardiff City Fan Comments

    Well thank the lord we don't have those kinds of unseemly spats on this forum, where we're all tolerant, respectful and level headed.....


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    Shut it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    They have TV in Wales now? I bet the sheep are relieved.
    The sheep aren’t getting any relief though. They’re now starting to Pontypool is now a no go zone for any adult male after dark as the sheep prey on poor unsuspecting souls, gang raping them in dark alleys


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    Default Re: FA Cup, Round 3: Cardiff City Fan Comments

    Fair comments, two toothless mediocre sides and one brief moment of quality decided it.

    Thanks for posting Calvin


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    I used to knock about with Dion Dublin,s family when I lived in Leicester. This is the first time I've known any of them upset anyone.

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    Thanks, Calvin... that selection could definitely have been taken from one of our matchday threads.



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    EXACT SAME BENEFITS

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    Thanks again Calvin for one of the more interesting opposition fans' reaction threads.


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    You can spot the nutters in society because they always have a problem with Homes under the Hammer, the most wholesome program in the entire world, presented by the most wholesome man in the entire world, in Dion Dublin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    You can spot the nutters in society because they always have a problem with Homes under the Hammer, the most wholesome program in the entire world, presented by the most wholesome man in the entire world, in Dion Dublin.
    Even Vladimir Putin feels warm and fuzzy inside watching that on catch up.


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    I'd prefer Holmes under the hammer. Wasn't there a football.match played yesterday? You wouldn't know it. Cheers C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Furtull View Post
    I'd prefer Holmes under the hammer. Wasn't there a football.match played yesterday? You wouldn't know it. Cheers C.

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    Thanks for translating Calvin


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    Having met Dion Dublin, I can verify he is a genuinely decent bloke.

    He also invented a musical instrument - The Dube.

    „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“

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    Well. That escalated quickly.

    The Andre Previn comment about Murphy made me chuckle.

    Cheers as always Calvin.


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    Reasonably balanced comments I thought.

    *Barring the hysterical right-winger.


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    Default Re: FA Cup, Round 3: Cardiff City Fan Comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    They are a disgusting channel. They are full of Marxists pushing their agenda.
    Just like that Laura Kuenssberg, Isobel Oakeshott, Andrew Neil, and Michael Portillo.


    Anyway thanks for posting Calv.


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    You know it's a shit game of football when people start chatting about the political beliefs of Dion Dublin and daytime TV.


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    Surprised they have heard of Andre Previn...


 

 

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