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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Anyway I'm not posting any more about Burke. Signing him would be a mistake in my opinion.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Blonde View Post
    To be honest Alf I haven't read any of them as they're undoubtedly the usual hardon for ex-player BS you usually come out with
    Then why get involved with a debate if you don't read the points made?

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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel




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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Then why get involved with a debate if you don't read the points made?
    Not posting on this topic any more.

    You win.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Blonde View Post
    Not posting on this topic any more.

    You win.
    Sigh. Not trying to win, just chatting dude.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    I'm sorry but anyone who seriously suggests that Forest should re-sign Ollie Burke loses any credibility when it comes to critiquing any signing made by Forest past, present and future.

    If he had had that 4 month spell at any other club than Forest followed by 5 years of doing nothing the mere thought of him would be rightly ridiculed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    I'm sorry but anyone who seriously suggests that Forest should re-sign Ollie Burke loses any credibility when it comes to critiquing any signing made by Forest past, present and future.
    You forgot to write "I.D.S.T." at the end Erik


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    You forgot to write "I.D.S.T." at the end Erik
    Is Damn Stupid Thought?


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Is Damn Stupid Thought?


    In Davies Stupid Trusts


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Worked for Justin Fashanu
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    Beat me to it!

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

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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Notcher View Post
    I must be an imbecile then. Like I said, nobody would have given Bamford the time of day a few years ago

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    Errr what? Bamford’s record is night and day to Burke.

    Let’s be honest, if Chris Wilder can get a rag tag bunch of league one players to finish top half of the Premiership, but can’t get a tune out of Oliver Burke (frankly nobody has since he left Forest, he tore it up that much at Celtic his next move was Alaves…) why would anyone want to waste the time and effort on him? Who are you dropping to play Burke?

    I’m not privy to the analytics but I am going to hazard a guess if Dane had to write down a 100 names, Burke wouldn’t be on that list. He is exactly everything the ‘model’ would tell us to avoid.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Article in The Athletic by the Watford correspondent.

    Summary:

    Wanted to stay at Watford initially, but happy to be playing in his favoured position further forward after playing CM for Watford;

    “Really good” now that Cooper is here (quote from his dad). Forest want more goals and consistency from PZ.

    PZ is well-liked and popular at Forest;

    There is a January recall clause, but Watford unlikely to activate it now they have added reinforcements;

    Forest do not have a buy clause;

    Desperate to play PL football;

    4.5 years left on his Watford deal;

    Worked with a mental coach on his early twenties that saw a big upturn in his form.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    If his mind was on the game for 100% of the match then he'd be a much better player.

    About half the time he looks like he's trying to remember whether he's left the iron on and oblivious to the fact he should be playing football.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by RealRed85 View Post

    Worked with a mental coach on his early twenties that saw a big upturn in his form.
    Another endorsement for managers like Billy Davies.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Another endorsement for managers like Billy Davies.
    He certainly fits the description


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Another endorsement for managers like Billy Davies.



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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Another endorsement for managers like Billy Davies.
    What that he’s mental?


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    What that he’s mental?
    As anything.




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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    As anything.

    name that film! classic


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_Bristol View Post
    name that film! classic
    Crocodile Dundee


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Wolfgang Schnell BSc. PhD. View Post
    If his mind was on the game for 100% of the match then he'd be a much better player.

    About half the time he looks like he's trying to remember whether he's left the iron on and oblivious to the fact he should be playing football.
    Disagree somewhat, I think he gets lost in the number 10 position, but then again I couldn't name you a Forest player in recent times who hasn't looked lost there. If it wasn't for Johnson making the RW spot his own, Zink would be playing there and I would expect we would see more consistency. Either way, overall he has been an exceptional loan signing for Forest unlike the likes of Freeman and Knockaert last year.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Don't think he's been exceptional. He's had good moments for sure but gives the ball away far too often. Not been great recently which may help explain our lack of goals.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdooonk View Post
    Not been great recently which may help explain our lack of goals.
    Neither has Johnson. Bad timing for both of them to hit a bad patch.


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    Default Re: Philip Aksel Frigast Zinckernagel

    He’s miles off prem quality at the moment. He’s obviously got ability but he’s probably been one of our least consistent players under Cooper, along with Garner funnily enough..


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    Quote Originally Posted by stockers View Post
    He’s miles off prem quality at the moment. He’s obviously got ability but he’s probably been one of our least consistent players under Cooper, along with Garner funnily enough..
    I think Garner's form has partly been down to him getting back up to speed after a pre-season being stuck in limbo. I only expect him to improve from here.


 

 

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