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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman Ninja View Post
    Bring back John McGovern...
    If anyone could turn me away it’d be him - boring, boring bastard.
    Not taking away one iota from his playing success with us - but God NO!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRobbo View Post
    If anyone could turn me away it’d be him - boring, boring bastard.
    Not taking away one iota from his playing success with us - but God NO!!
    I always found formerredscaptainjohnmcgovern’s co-commentary very interesting and insightful


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Pope View Post
    I always found formerredscaptainjohnmcgovern’s co-commentary very interesting and insightful
    He always brought a depth of experience that should always be respected Tim, but for me he was still largely wedded to a 70's-style, 4-4-2 playing philosophy.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    I kind of remember him bemoaning us not going 2 up top during a game once, I think CC was manager, we went 2 up top but then conceded 2 or 3 after.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Which ever way we look at it....

    John McGovern will go down as one of the most under rated 'winning Captains', In football history.

    A bloody cryin' shame, so it is.

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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post
    Which ever way we look at it....

    John McGovern will go down as one of the most under rated 'winning Captains', In football history.

    A bloody cryin' shame, so it it is.
    Here here.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    It might be petty but I always went off McGovern a bit when Benny Osborn scored the winner at Derby and he just sat their emotionless like nothing had happened.

    A bit of a weird reaction even if you are trying to be professional for whatever reason.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    When I went on a tour at the city ground, McGovern was kinda boring + whined (a lot) about modern football.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    It might be petty but I always went off McGovern a bit when Benny Osborn scored the winner at Derby and he just sat their emotionless like nothing had happened.

    A bit of a weird reaction even if you are trying to be professional for whatever reason.
    Aye, I think he does have a soft spot for the sheep.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtits View Post
    + whined (a lot) about modern football.
    Not seeing the issue here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtits View Post
    When I went on a tour at the city ground, McGovern was kinda boring + whined (a lot) about modern football.
    Yeah, but if Margot Robbie picked her nose or farted in front of me I'd still want to sleep with her.

    Same with McGovern.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Whining about Modern Football makes him a bigger legend as modern football is shit.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Spot on.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    I thought the point there was they need to have someone with a bit of pizzazz to take the tour. Former captain of Nottingham Forest John McGovern is a legend of the club, but hardly the guy to liven up a tour of the ground.


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    Default Re: Steve Hodge retires from radio Nottingham commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by Haych View Post
    Whining about Modern Football makes him a bigger legend as modern football is shit.
    I understand this point from you boomers but my dad and I paid for a tour of the ground and to hear a bit of our history, not whinging about how Ronaldo falls over too quickly. As someone who's only been to the ground once before as a small child, it was kind of a letdown to be honest. He's still a legend obviously but he came across as a sour apple throughout the tour.

    Just didn't sit right with me.


 

 

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