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    Well, itís getting to be like a few years ago under David Wagner when Saturday couldnít come quick enough for our fans. So, only a couple of days to go, and this time itís Nottingham Forest who will be attempting to beat the Town on said day. Squad quite strong on paper, but theyíve somehow managed to accumulate just the one point after their loss against Middlesbrough tonight. Many suggested after the Blackpool game that weíre back in the play-off places with a bang and that there's absolutely nothing to suggest we don't deserve to be there. So can we improve on this and cement our position in the Top 6, or will Forest raise their game in a desperate attempt at unsticking themselves from their glued-in position right at the bottom of the league?

    I cant see Hughton being the manager on Saturday.

    Before tonights game I kind of thought Notts Forrest (they love that) might be in a bit of a false position. Yes they'd lost 5 games out of 6, but all by just 1 goal and all against teams in the top 9 of the league (Bournemouth, Stoke, Cardiff, Blackburn, Coventry). But tonights is a poor result and they probably are shot of confidence.

    Hughton gone.

    New manager expected to be John Terry letís hope for no new immediate manager bounce, itís bloody typical itís against town though!

    Hughtons a very good manager with a track record to back that up which suggests the problems must run deep at forest. It'll be a shit result, new manager or not, if we dont beat them this weekend.

    Yes good record Hughton however think I saw that itís 2 wins in 22. Carlos was something like 3 in 28 and seems to so far have worked keeping hold of him. Forest arenít exactly known for been patient so unsurprising he will go.

    Hughton is a 4-4-2 merchant and the game has moved on.

    The biggest criticism heís receiving at the moment is that heís playing 4-2-3-1 constantly.

    Shit. Here comes the bounce.

    Do you remember a poorly run club from beeston sacking their manager the night before playing us and giving us a 5-1 hiding?

    Some proper bed wetters on here.
    Their confidence will be shot to shit no matter who the new manager is. Theyíre not gonna become world beaters in 48 hours! Play like we can , an early goal and weíll beat them comfortably.

    Don't panic folks. They've been appalling. They won't be able to turn it round enough, they've been that bad.

    Agree, watched a bit of their game last night and they were utterly woeful. Will take a while to sort that mess out.

    Looks like Steve Cooper.

    Not sure Forest have the financial resources he would want. Swansea didnít. Chris Hughtonís record spoke for itself too. Canít figure out what has gone wrong for Forest under his tenure. A good manager doesnít just go bad overnight. Heíll bounce back and be successful again. I remember looking on with envy when Forest appointed him.

    We need to be beating the likes of Notts Forest. I cant help myself, every time this topic comes up I think of the comments we got on here from forest and the wendies back in the early days in this division.

    Absolutely. I know some on here have a soft spot for Forest because of Clough (& TBF when I first moved to the area I caught a few games (when we weren't playing)) but I soon grew to realise that their supporters are the MOST deluded set of arrogant scab bar-stewards you could ever hope not to meet. Make Wednesday & Leeds look rational & grounded.

    I was out in Town on Monday & was introduced to a Forest ST holder. Of course I asked "Didn't you once win the European Cup?".....& fair play she knew where I was coming from & said "Yes but we don't like to mention it" (Like f**k you don't there's a pull out every f*****g week in the Evening post celebrating some anniversary or other), so I followed it up with "....but you've slipped a bit haven't you, how many seasons have you had in the Premier League in the 21st century.....".

    She said "Not Many"...& then her face dropped when she slowly realised that the correct answer is None - the square root of F**K all.

    TYPICAL they have no conception of how sh*8te they have become (& TBF for the majority of their history have always been - less cup finals than us & take away the Clough years only 5 top 6 finishes in their entire history). Not only have they been out of the PL all that time but they've spent very nearly two thirds of that time in the bottom half of the championship (or lower). Big Club my snowy white West Yorkshire a**e.

    Just for the sake of clarity Andrew, are you, or are you not, a Nottingham Forest aficionado?

    No. There is no comparison between them and Sheffield Wednesday. Personally, if the club I supported had won the title and European Cup , Iíd have expectations as well.

    Youíd be surprised how similar they are, all time honours Forest are slightly ahead*en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_football_clubs_in_England_by_competitive_h onours_won*league wise Wednesday are well ahead.

    Wednesday's 4 league titles were donkey's years ago, much like our 3. Doubt if there's anyone alive still who remembers the last one in 1930. Forest enjoyed success much more recently. That kind of fall from grace must hurt. It's no wonder their fans are somewhat deluded. No doubt despite them being bottom, their forum will be full of nobbers claiming that they should be beating the likes of Huddersfield. I hope we thrash them.

    Before Clough era they spent many years as a second division outfit. They had a great spell in the sun which is rapidly fading into history. It's becoming about as relevant as Towns glory years in the 20s as there becomes fewer people around who actually witnessed it.

    Forest will never achieve anything again until they accept they are a run of the mill club trading on past glories who are at their correct level.

    They are well supported but the expectation there is completely unrealistic, they attract players who think theyíre better than they are and pay them too much. They could really do with being relegated for their own sakes and building from a lower point. Shef Weds are exactly the same (and it looks like they might be getting momentum back following relegation) and Derby are the same too.

    They're a deluded lot for expecting Cooper would give them the time of day, he did an excellent job under actually quite difficult circumstances at Swansea that don't get factored in in the discussion of him. His next job will be in the premier league or a team aiming to get there in short order, and he can afford to bide his time about it. Forest are a shitshow and need to clean themselves up before any of the potential managers their fans think they're entitled to will even consider them.

    I'd think twice about taking that job as a motivational speaker if I were you looking at that first paragraph. Not sure how accepting you are a run of the mill club who are at their correct level will ever help you achieve anything ever again.

    Or they get a complete newbie, wanting any job, like John Terry or in Derby's case, Shrek.

    Forest's big wins were over 40 years ago - before a large percentage of their fans were even born. I'm not suggesting that they ignore their history but there comes a point where you have to be realistic and realise those years aren't coming back - not in the foreseeable future at least. They might get decent size crowds but their fans should accept that they are just another championship club spending beyond their means to try and reach the promised land.

    We have had total meltdown since leaving the PL, god knows what it would have been like if we had won what they had. However long ago it was, itís understandable that fans want to feel proud of their club.

    Decent spells in the First Division pre-war and throughout the 60s (including a Cup win in 1959). You're right that there's a now whole generation that have only known the second/third tier. Fortunately I know as many realist Forest fans as I do deluded ones.

    4-0 town. They will be bricking it now we have learned how to score and defend. They will be looking to come away from here with a point and will not throw caution to the wind.

    The race card is coming out over Nottingham Forest*sacking of Chris Hughton.

    So the fact that he only won 14 out of 53 matches whilst having a top 6 wage budget has nothing to do with it then? 26.4% win percentage is abysmal considering the playing squad he has at his disposal. If Forest were racist then surely they wouldn't have appointed him in the first place? Martin O'Neill won 8 in 19 for them but got sacked in 5 months, do they hate the Irish aswell?

    Wasn't their previous manager from a minority too?

    Whilst I have been accused of finding racism where there is none, if anything it feels like Hughton may have been given a little longer than a white manager may have been precisely to avoid allegations of racism. He's a good coach but did a shit job at a shambles of a club.

    Since Billy Davies' first spell ended in 2011 they haven't had a manager reach 0 games in charge. they've had 5 manage more than 50 but fewer than 60 - Billy Davies second time round (very white), Dougie Freedman (pasty as fuck) Aitor Karanka (white but less pasty, Spaniard), Sabri Lamouchi (French with Tunisian decent, BAME) and now Hughton. Hughton has by far the worst win percentage and the highest loss percentage.

    When your last two managers are BAME, are you really a racist employer?

    Forest have brought loads up, two-thirds of the SS!

    Fuck me that Forrest strip is absolute shite.


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    Forest well up for this. Aggressive and causing consternation. 3 corners and a good chance just now.

    Forest have started the brighter of the two so far. Forest will run out of steam with their press IMO.

    Forest looking very bright so far, we're sloppy but they aren't giving us a chance to settle at all.

    FFS 1-0 Forest.

    We can’t play without a decent centre forward and expect to be top half. The team have done really well so far but Ward and Campbell are a joke at this level. Forest are bottom of the table and have a far better forward line.

    Exactly Grabban is twice the player them two are.

    Not surprised. We look dog shit up to now and they obviously flying with no manager. Welcome to the wacky league.

    Forest the far better team.

    good goal that.....LOB loses the ball.....and three passes and we are 1 nil down....

    Completely doing a number on us, they're dragging us right out of shape and it's not surprising they scored on such a simple counter.

    Shithouse performance from Forest, fair play.

    As poor as the first half on Tuesday but Forest with more quality than Blackpool to punish us.

    Forest the better side. Defended well and had quality going forward. Town have been far too pedestrian, don’t need 3 centre halves today, take one off and get Mipo on.

    Turton disasterclass- gives the ball away for the initial shot then wrong foots his own keeper for 2-0, 2 minutes after coming on.

    Well this was predictable, at the top of the table against a team with 1 point who just sacked their manager.

    They've been all over us.

    We need a goal sooner, to get back into this game, and see how defensive Forest become. Trouble is, we've looked like zero threat so far.

    Carlos has been tactically outsmarted today, no doubt about it. Man for man their players were also more up for it. A combination of impressing the new manager for their players and maybe some element of overconfidence for ours?

    Sat here just thinking why. How can we go from Tuesday at Blackpool to this. Absolutely appalling.

    2 words to explain that: Huddersfield Town

    Nottingham Forest. Far better team than Blackpool.

    Very poor performance in front of 17 462 spectators. Have to give credit to Forest though. Closed us down to such an extent we never really looked like scoring (barring one header from Lees).

    That last pass from OBrien sums up the sloppiness it’s unacceptable really one goal and Forest would fold if you didn’t know you would think the team in blue and white are bottom.

    Town manage TWO shots on target!

    Zero shots on target second half when chasing a game.

    Clearly a side being held back by Hughton and his negative tactics. Looked nothing like a bottom of the table team.

    Yep. Looks like they wanted him out.

    Forest far and away the better side. More quality all over the field and we really struggled. Could tell after 5 minutes that they had more than we did, disappointing against a team in disarray. 2-0 the right result.

    How many teams in the history of football have played a full 90 minutes with just one man up front when losing at home for so long. Bizarre tactics.

    They came and did a job on us. We certainly didn't help ourselves with some sloppy passing and languid build up play, but got to give them some credit.

    Hopefully just a blip, but fair play to Forest. Came with a plan and executed it to perfection.

    Beaten by a better team today, made us look like the workhorses most of the team are.

    We came out thinking it was going to be a walk in the park. Someone should have realized they were going to come out with the Hughton shackles off.

    I'm assuming their right wing back doesn't play like Dani Alves every game. Warnock might regret letting him go.

    Forest were at it from the first whistle, playing with more energy and purpose. Every time they ran with the ball they caused problems.

    Fair play to forest they had done their homework on us and it looks like they have made a blue print on how to beat us now.

    Carlos is a deep thinker, an analyst..even a purist in terms of how the game should be played but that's ok if you have a plan B and C which might actually go against your principles but be more effective..I think it's called being pragmatic. he was totally outmanouvered today by a guy with no experience and just standing in for the sacked Hughton...that's a bit worrying tbh.

    Forest when they played the ball down the wing actually did it and had players running onto the ball. We try to go down the wings and whoever receives it is just static, so it's easy to defend against and they have no momentum going forwards.

    Think forest were underestimated because of their poor start.

    Agree, they looked good in that first 20-25 minutes and although we came into it they were solid and we barely created anything, if only Hughton could have stayed on one more game.

    Forest fans...wankers. Imagine being proud of being scabs especially when the the Tories they arselicked shit on them a few years later anyway? Imagine being so thick to think Hudds was a mining area? Imagine singing about something that happened to people who were born after the event? Personally I'd be embarassed to stand with them.

    The last time we played them before Covid one Muppet was ranting and raving about Arthur Scargill and what a set of bastards we are in Yorkshire, that was by the coaches and the Police and stewards did nothing.

    Forest will be sniffing at the playoff spots within 2 months if not before. Houghton & Forest did not fit.

    They were at it, we weren’t. Man for man a lot of their players are better than our equivalent and forest won their individual battles.

    The Town*wasn't too bad today, some times you have to give the other team credit. Forest were very good today.

    They have some very good players and they all gave 100%. First goal was an excellent quick break, great cross and an unstoppable header by Grabban. Second goal we were slow restarting the second half and messed up a clearance, they were sharp and clinical to make us pay.

    Forest were absolutely nothing special whatsoever to me despite some posters on here saying they played well. I really didn’t think they offered much at all. We just looked completely devoid of ideas from minute 1.

    Forest thoroughly deserved the win. Quicker, stronger and better on the ball all over the park.

    We were awful but Forest, particularly in the first half hour were very good showing that they are in a false position in the league. They had done their homework on us and I thought Grabban took his goal brilliantly.

    Grabban, Lolley, Johnson, Garner, Worrall and McKenna would all get into our starting XI. Lowe, Taylor and Spence wouldn't be far off either so let's not pretend that a play off chasing team have been beaten by relegation fodder.

    Nottingham Forest’s league position belies the quality of Players they have. It wouldn’t surprise me if they get play-offs this time with the right Manager.


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    That's what you get for calling us Notts Forest ya bastards


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    What a bitter bunch of toss pots


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    Their comments didn't fit with the narrative of some that under Hughton that our squad was rubbish. They seem to want the majority of our team playing for them.


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    Small club mentality.

    Thanks Calv. Enjoyed this for the first time in a long-time.

    Knowing you have been shit and being told you were shit isn't great.

    The last 2 points just keep me wanting more now.

    Grabban, Lolley, Johnson, Garner, Worrall and McKenna would all get into our starting XI. Lowe, Taylor and Spence wouldn't be far off either so let's not pretend that a play off chasing team have been beaten by relegation fodder.

    Nottingham Forest’s league position belies the quality of Players they have. It wouldn’t surprise me if they get play-offs this time with the right Manager.



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    Thanks for posting Calvin, much appreciated.


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    They started out giving it the Charlie Big-Potatoes didnít they, before being handed their own arses on a plate.

    Good work Calvin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    How many teams in the history of football have played a full 90 minutes with just one man up front when losing at home for so long. Bizarre tactics.
    Erm, try us for most of this season under Hoots.


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    Do I read this right? Forest fans live in the past due to European Cup wins, and then, by the same fans accusing us of doing so, are called scabs?


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    I'm proud of my club's history.

    F**K 'EM!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    Well, itís getting to be like a few years ago under David Wagner when Saturday couldnít come quick enough for our fans. So, only a couple of days to go, and this time itís Nottingham Forest who will be attempting to beat the Town on said day. Squad quite strong on paper, but theyíve somehow managed to accumulate just the one point after their loss against Middlesbrough tonight. Many suggested after the Blackpool game that weíre back in the play-off places with a bang and that there's absolutely nothing to suggest we don't deserve to be there. So can we improve on this and cement our position in the Top 6, or will Forest raise their game in a desperate attempt at unsticking themselves from their glued-in position right at the bottom of the league?

    I cant see Hughton being the manager on Saturday.

    Before tonights game I kind of thought Notts Forrest (they love that) might be in a bit of a false position. Yes they'd lost 5 games out of 6, but all by just 1 goal and all against teams in the top 9 of the league (Bournemouth, Stoke, Cardiff, Blackburn, Coventry). But tonights is a poor result and they probably are shot of confidence.

    Hughton gone.

    New manager expected to be John Terry letís hope for no new immediate manager bounce, itís bloody typical itís against town though!

    Hughtons a very good manager with a track record to back that up which suggests the problems must run deep at forest. It'll be a shit result, new manager or not, if we dont beat them this weekend.

    Yes good record Hughton however think I saw that itís 2 wins in 22. Carlos was something like 3 in 28 and seems to so far have worked keeping hold of him. Forest arenít exactly known for been patient so unsurprising he will go.

    Hughton is a 4-4-2 merchant and the game has moved on.

    The biggest criticism heís receiving at the moment is that heís playing 4-2-3-1 constantly.

    Shit. Here comes the bounce.

    Do you remember a poorly run club from beeston sacking their manager the night before playing us and giving us a 5-1 hiding?

    Some proper bed wetters on here.
    Their confidence will be shot to shit no matter who the new manager is. Theyíre not gonna become world beaters in 48 hours! Play like we can , an early goal and weíll beat them comfortably.

    Don't panic folks. They've been appalling. They won't be able to turn it round enough, they've been that bad.

    Agree, watched a bit of their game last night and they were utterly woeful. Will take a while to sort that mess out.

    Looks like Steve Cooper.

    Not sure Forest have the financial resources he would want. Swansea didnít. Chris Hughtonís record spoke for itself too. Canít figure out what has gone wrong for Forest under his tenure. A good manager doesnít just go bad overnight. Heíll bounce back and be successful again. I remember looking on with envy when Forest appointed him.

    We need to be beating the likes of Notts Forest. I cant help myself, every time this topic comes up I think of the comments we got on here from forest and the wendies back in the early days in this division.

    Absolutely. I know some on here have a soft spot for Forest because of Clough (& TBF when I first moved to the area I caught a few games (when we weren't playing)) but I soon grew to realise that their supporters are the MOST deluded set of arrogant scab bar-stewards you could ever hope not to meet. Make Wednesday & Leeds look rational & grounded.

    I was out in Town on Monday & was introduced to a Forest ST holder. Of course I asked "Didn't you once win the European Cup?".....& fair play she knew where I was coming from & said "Yes but we don't like to mention it" (Like f**k you don't there's a pull out every f*****g week in the Evening post celebrating some anniversary or other), so I followed it up with "....but you've slipped a bit haven't you, how many seasons have you had in the Premier League in the 21st century.....".

    She said "Not Many"...& then her face dropped when she slowly realised that the correct answer is None - the square root of F**K all.

    TYPICAL they have no conception of how sh*8te they have become (& TBF for the majority of their history have always been - less cup finals than us & take away the Clough years only 5 top 6 finishes in their entire history). Not only have they been out of the PL all that time but they've spent very nearly two thirds of that time in the bottom half of the championship (or lower). Big Club my snowy white West Yorkshire a**e.

    Just for the sake of clarity Andrew, are you, or are you not, a Nottingham Forest aficionado?

    No. There is no comparison between them and Sheffield Wednesday. Personally, if the club I supported had won the title and European Cup , Iíd have expectations as well.

    Youíd be surprised how similar they are, all time honours Forest are slightly ahead*en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_football_clubs_in_England_by_competitive_h onours_won*league wise Wednesday are well ahead.

    Wednesday's 4 league titles were donkey's years ago, much like our 3. Doubt if there's anyone alive still who remembers the last one in 1930. Forest enjoyed success much more recently. That kind of fall from grace must hurt. It's no wonder their fans are somewhat deluded. No doubt despite them being bottom, their forum will be full of nobbers claiming that they should be beating the likes of Huddersfield. I hope we thrash them.

    Before Clough era they spent many years as a second division outfit. They had a great spell in the sun which is rapidly fading into history. It's becoming about as relevant as Towns glory years in the 20s as there becomes fewer people around who actually witnessed it.

    Forest will never achieve anything again until they accept they are a run of the mill club trading on past glories who are at their correct level.

    They are well supported but the expectation there is completely unrealistic, they attract players who think theyíre better than they are and pay them too much. They could really do with being relegated for their own sakes and building from a lower point. Shef Weds are exactly the same (and it looks like they might be getting momentum back following relegation) and Derby are the same too.

    They're a deluded lot for expecting Cooper would give them the time of day, he did an excellent job under actually quite difficult circumstances at Swansea that don't get factored in in the discussion of him. His next job will be in the premier league or a team aiming to get there in short order, and he can afford to bide his time about it. Forest are a shitshow and need to clean themselves up before any of the potential managers their fans think they're entitled to will even consider them.

    I'd think twice about taking that job as a motivational speaker if I were you looking at that first paragraph. Not sure how accepting you are a run of the mill club who are at their correct level will ever help you achieve anything ever again.

    Or they get a complete newbie, wanting any job, like John Terry or in Derby's case, Shrek.

    Forest's big wins were over 40 years ago - before a large percentage of their fans were even born. I'm not suggesting that they ignore their history but there comes a point where you have to be realistic and realise those years aren't coming back - not in the foreseeable future at least. They might get decent size crowds but their fans should accept that they are just another championship club spending beyond their means to try and reach the promised land.

    We have had total meltdown since leaving the PL, god knows what it would have been like if we had won what they had. However long ago it was, itís understandable that fans want to feel proud of their club.

    Decent spells in the First Division pre-war and throughout the 60s (including a Cup win in 1959). You're right that there's a now whole generation that have only known the second/third tier. Fortunately I know as many realist Forest fans as I do deluded ones.

    4-0 town. They will be bricking it now we have learned how to score and defend. They will be looking to come away from here with a point and will not throw caution to the wind.

    The race card is coming out over Nottingham Forest*sacking of Chris Hughton.

    So the fact that he only won 14 out of 53 matches whilst having a top 6 wage budget has nothing to do with it then? 26.4% win percentage is abysmal considering the playing squad he has at his disposal. If Forest were racist then surely they wouldn't have appointed him in the first place? Martin O'Neill won 8 in 19 for them but got sacked in 5 months, do they hate the Irish aswell?

    Wasn't their previous manager from a minority too?

    Whilst I have been accused of finding racism where there is none, if anything it feels like Hughton may have been given a little longer than a white manager may have been precisely to avoid allegations of racism. He's a good coach but did a shit job at a shambles of a club.

    Since Billy Davies' first spell ended in 2011 they haven't had a manager reach 0 games in charge. they've had 5 manage more than 50 but fewer than 60 - Billy Davies second time round (very white), Dougie Freedman (pasty as fuck) Aitor Karanka (white but less pasty, Spaniard), Sabri Lamouchi (French with Tunisian decent, BAME) and now Hughton. Hughton has by far the worst win percentage and the highest loss percentage.

    When your last two managers are BAME, are you really a racist employer?

    Forest have brought loads up, two-thirds of the SS!

    Fuck me that Forrest strip is absolute shite.
    Fuck me , what a bunch of arrogant tossers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MC Plantpot View Post
    Do I read this right? Forest fans live in the past due to European Cup wins, and then, by the same fans accusing us of doing so, are called scabs?
    My thoughts exactly.


    And Reeve Dinsdale is a shit actor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hughton,we have a problem View Post
    My thoughts exactly.


    And Reeve Dinsdale is a shit actor.

    The irony of it just makes me laugh !


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    Tbh I think there's a good mix of comments in there. I don't like some of them, but I can't deny some of them are true either, and it's good to see they see the racism gumph for the bollocks it is.

    This bit did make me chuckle though - They're a deluded lot for expecting Cooper would give them the time of day

    If it weren't for the compensation situation he'd probably already be here.

    Thanks for posting Calv.

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    Cracking read, thanks Calvin.

    After knowing the result, the dramatic irony in those early comments is fantastic.

    The irony levels are off the scale with this lot:
    a) Whinging about us being stuck in the past and yet calling us 'scabs'.
    b) I genuinely feel other clubs are more hung up on us being stuck in the past more than we are - it's trotted out every time we play anyone
    c) calling us 'said stuck in the past' and we need to get over ourselves and accept we're nothing special - then marvelling at the support
    d) Finally, the comments about delusion based on our interest in Cooper... yet it's looking imminent. Even if it doesn't happen, deluded it ain't.

    That's ignoring the smattering of rather ill-informed comments about Hughton-ball.

    Great stuff.

    EDIT: Fair play about giving us credit for the win, though. They were honest and realistic on that one.

    Last edited by Llama; 19-09-21 at 11:38.

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    Default Re: Matchday 8: Huddersfield Town Fan Comments

    Reading the comments from the Huddersfield fans highlights what happens when the majority of a towns menfolk impregnate members of their own families


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    Good to see well be pushing for the play offs by Christmas. I just hope we keep hold of Danni Alves.

    Great read Calvin, thanks.


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    What s bunch of twats.

    Glad this shit little Championship club who couldn't win to save their lives spoiled their big day.

    Oh dear. Anyway...

    30/09/2021: It's only 8 points to the play-offs. Doesn't matter if we're 20th having lost three times as many games as we've won so far. I fancy us now that Hughton's gone.

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    Being proud of your history is different to being deluded, isn’t it? One of them had the brains to mention some of us saw the glory years because it wasn’t nearly a century ago, like theirs.

    Anyway, some fair comments mixed in with some drivel.

    Thanks for posting Calvin


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    Default Re: Matchday 8: Huddersfield Town Fan Comments

    Quote Originally Posted by MC Plantpot View Post
    Do I read this right? Forest fans live in the past due to European Cup wins, and then, by the same fans accusing us of doing so, are called scabs?
    Was just checking anyone else spotted this ��


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    I’ve always seen Huddersfield as a BTEC version of Sheffield United. If a set of fans ever had a degree in being embittered twats it’s Sheffield United fans due to neighbours being more successful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Yates View Post
    Reading the comments from the Huddersfield fans highlights what happens when the majority of a towns menfolk impregnate members of their own families


    I know mate. What kinda sick sods have vaginal sex with their sisters? You go anal every time!


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    Default Re: Matchday 8: Huddersfield Town Fan Comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post


    I know mate. What kinda sick sods have vaginal sex with their sisters? You go anal every time!
    Or get her to give you a crafty tug


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    Default Re: Matchday 8: Huddersfield Town Fan Comments

    Oh, I enjoyed reading that for a change. Thanks Calvin.

    Some sensible comments mixed in with the usual opposition rants.

    It just proves we're all the same, some idiots, maybe, but we all think our team is the best.

    Yesterday, we were the best.


 

 

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