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    Heard a rumor that this could be back on in January, hope it's true as I believe he can fit nicely in Coops attacking style of play. He stats are impressive and hopefully he sees Forest are in a better league position than last deadline day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton Cosmo View Post
    Heard a rumor that this could be back on in January, hope it's true as I believe he can fit nicely in Coops attacking style of play. He stats are impressive and hopefully he sees Forest are in a better league position than last deadline day.
    Really like the look of him from the online vids. Got that killer instinct and desire about him.

    I'd be excited about this one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Really like the look of him from the online vids. Got that killer instinct and desire about him.

    I'd be excited about this one.
    I know this means the square root of fuck all, I think a fan of that team posted on a fifa ratings site saying that he rejected moves from all over because he wants a top tier team.


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    More chance of Yuka Sakazaki.


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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    More chance of Yuka Sakazaki.
    "Bukkake" Yuka Sakazaki?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    "Bukkake" Yuka Sakazaki?
    I was thinking of 'The Magical Girl', but I'll bow to your superior knowledge of niche pornography.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    "Bukkake" Yuka Sakazaki?
    The wrestler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    I was thinking of 'The Magical Girl', but I'll bow to your superior knowledge of niche pornography.
    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    The wrestler?
    Well whenever I picture her there's always me and Mickey Rourke involved


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    I keep being shown pictures on here of the latest 'in' gadget, a pizza oven. Not sure why they picked on me.

    It's a toss up whether I'm more interested in the pizza oven or Yuma.


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    Quote Originally Posted by valspoodle View Post
    I keep being shown pictures on here of the latest 'in' gadget, a pizza oven. Not sure why they picked on me.

    It's a toss up whether I'm more interested in the pizza oven or Yuma.
    Does it show you any pics of the gadget to avoid "Soggy Bottom"?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    More chance of Cutie Suzuki (who I'll be amazed if anyone else on this forum has ever heard of her).....









    More chance of Yu Suzuki. The geezer that made After Burner, Virtua Fighter, Space Harrier and Hang-On...

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    Quote Originally Posted by incapable hulk View Post
    More chance of Yu Suzuki. The geezer that made After Burner, Virtua Fighter, Space Harrier and Hang-On...


    Every forum needs more SEGA super scalers and arcades




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    Something doesn't seem right looking at his career.

    He was once nominated for Asian footballer of the year, scores 1 in 3 games over his career, but not a single cap even in a friendly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nffclsr View Post
    Something doesn't seem right looking at his career.

    He was once nominated for Asian footballer of the year, scores 1 in 3 games over his career, but not a single cap even in a friendly.
    So the three players that they have as forwards are really good, so not his fault there but the interesting thing is that they recent called up Musashi Suzuki who is in the same league as Yuma Suzuki (probably not related) but older.

    Yuma Suzuki - 25 goals in in 57 appearances since 2019
    Musashi Suzuki - 22 goals in 27 APPEARANCES SINCE 2020! <--- Probably why he gets the call up.


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    https://www.nottinghamforest.news/20...ecting-forest/

    HE APOLOGIZED for wanting to leave LMAO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtits View Post
    https://www.nottinghamforest.news/20...ecting-forest/

    HE APOLOGIZED for wanting to leave LMAO.
    Ever been to Japan, Thomas?

    They have a very different culture, where taking responsibility for your actions is very much expected. It is not uncommon for public officials and business figures to make (sometime grovelling) apologies in public for perceived mistakes.

    Said apologies include much bowing of heads and contrition, often in business and politics, this includes resignations and even reparations.

    It’s the culture - I am not surprised at all, to see the Japanese player tendering an apology to his employer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Ever been to Japan, Thomas?

    They have a very different culture, where taking responsibility for your actions is very much expected. It is not uncommon for public officials and business figures to make (sometime grovelling) apologies in public for perceived mistakes.

    Said apologies include much bowing of heads and contrition, often in business and politics, this includes resignations and even reparations.

    It’s the culture - I am not surprised at all, to see the Japanese player tendering an apology to his employer.
    I know about their culture, their business and politics relations are very interesting to view from an outsider lens. What im laughing at is im not too entirely sure the fans in Belgium will care


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtits View Post
    I know about their culture, their business and politics relations are very interesting to view from an outsider lens. What im laughing at is im not too entirely sure the fans in Belgium will care
    Maybe, not.

    But they should. Japanese take these sorts of things seriously.

    My local side, the club captain is Japanese international Wataru Endo, when he missed the last game of the season last year through cumulative yellow cards (he totted up five so missed the game) he actually publicly apologised in the club-program before the match he was forced to miss.

    In respect of this, the most prominent „ultra“ groups (who normally congregate in the Cannstatter Kurve) themselves acknowledged the apology and said their respect of the player was only elevated for his actions.

    As I’ve posted before, Japan is frankly, the most amazing country I’ve visited for its culture, customs, and the people. They have a massive culture of personal responsibility and respect, unlike perhaps anywhere else I’ve ever been.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Maybe, not.

    But they should. Japanese take these sorts of things seriously.

    My local side, the club captain is Japanese international Wataru Endo, when he missed the last game of the season last year through cumulative yellow cards (he totted up five so missed the game) he actually publicly apologised in the club-program before the match he was forced to miss.

    In respect of this, the most prominent „ultra“ groups (who normally congregate in the Cannstatter Kurve) themselves acknowledged the apology and said their respect of the player was only elevated for his actions.

    As I’ve posted before, Japan is frankly, the most amazing country I’ve visited for its culture, customs, and the people. They have a massive culture of personal responsibility and respect, unlike perhaps anywhere else I’ve ever been.
    So true, history and past actions are just as significant (perhaps more so) as current actions/events. Such respect for the past in their culture isn't just words either, it is considered with all forward innovation and advancements as well.

    We won't mention their traditional opinions on outside cultures and people, but I do get the impression more recent generations are much more open minded.

    I remember being told in school that Japan never apologized for it's roll in WW2, but have since learned that was false and came from an egotistical general refusing to hear the emperor's formal apology as a slight on their culture to cause shame. Regardless, from what I know the country has apologized over 40 times!

    Canadian and Japanese cultures are probably the two where sincere apologies mean the most, but it is much more deeply rooted in Japan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Ever been to Japan, Thomas?

    They have a very different culture, where taking responsibility for your actions is very much expected. It is not uncommon for public officials and business figures to make (sometime grovelling) apologies in public for perceived mistakes.

    Said apologies include much bowing of heads and contrition, often in business and politics, this includes resignations and even reparations.

    It’s the culture - I am not surprised at all, to see the Japanese player tendering an apology to his employer.
    I recall reading about an apology as a train arrived/left 12 seconds late!

    Tell a lie, it was 20 seconds early!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42009839


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    I was on a platform in Sapporo when a train was 1 minute late, mutterings from everybody, they were not impressed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by derbyshirered View Post
    I was on a platform in Sapporo when a train was 1 minute late, mutterings from everybody, they were not impressed.
    Same here; I remember going to Osaka and the colleagues in the office were telling me that the previous week, the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Tokyo departed 90 seconds late, which was seen as disgraceful.


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    Nobody tell Mr Suzuki about Northern rail, please.


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    More chance of a jam session with Damo Sazuki

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    Quote Originally Posted by derbyshirered View Post
    I was on a platform in Sapporo when a train was 1 minute late, mutterings from everybody, they were not impressed.
    Well I was watching a video earlier about trains in Japan..... everyone seemed to cum on time.


 

 

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