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24 Nov 2014 15:13:40
Pearce is looking to strengthen his squad before Thursday's dead line day.
Here are three possible loan targets-
Nathan Ake (chelsea), Gedion Zelalem (Arsenal) & Scott Sinclair (Man City).

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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I would think Ake and Zelalem are to young for us at the moment we need experience in midfield,and Sinclair is a winger,what about Knoekart from fester

boilerman

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Didn't wenger say the reason he didn't re-sign Fabregas was Zelalem, if so he could be good, I think Sinclair would be good for us and him, he needs play time, we need his prem experience. Ake looks good aswell.

NffcAlexCOYR

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Is baker another ? Think we've asked a couple of times. I'd prefer a CB

SILKS SILKS

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I wouldn't of thought so, unless Pearce has taken an interest in him over the last week or so.
A few weeks ago Fester denied any knowledge of any interest for Knockaert in the loan market.
But who knows ?
Knockaert could be the fourth phone call Pearce made, along with the three I mentioned.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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24 Nov 2014 18:33:09
I don't think Pearce will bring any loans in.
Who would be available that would get in cm in front of
Vaughen Lansbury tesche osbourne and Reid will be back end December. We're sorted for wingers. If owt I'd prefare another forward got no decent back up if britt or fryatt get injured.
Defoe would be nice but chris wood could do a job for us.
Thoughts anyone

marco123

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I totally agree marco.
Nathan Ake then, versatile defender.
Can play left back, centre defence & defensive midfield.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Charlie Adam being touted, he would fill the void left by Reidy!

marko99 marko99

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MARK o99
Absolutely spot on Mark.
Charlie Adams would grace any team
He's got the skill, he's got the fire.
He's a midfield dynamo and has a hell of a shot on him.
One can always dream !

humourist

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Didn't Pearce say it would either be a full back or striker last week?

NFFCDave

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I read somewhere that sp mentioned now blackstock is pushing for a start a new striker is not on the cards. still think most important for us is to find a back up for Reid or to challenge him - no one really out there now of that calibre, but we should already be looking for next season.

RanDamRed

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I'd be looking for a decent left back personally

Keeno

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22 Nov 2014 15:36:30
Scott Sinclair don't know if spelt right Man City on loan.

ast

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What about him?

Red joy

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Is he the one with the fit bird from Coronation Street 😁

boilerman

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Being linked with a loan move to the mighty reds.

ast

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Burke Paterson Antonio and ince, do we really need another winger?

uptheforest uptheforest

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Would be a better signing than Ince for me.

Perks1

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Yes better than ince but his wage demand would be stupid

worksop red

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I have mentioned Sinclair for ages now. If IMO yes we should. 1) he has a point to prove, a little forgotten. 2) knows SP and his style. 3) a good age with good experience. 4) IF we took him on loan, IMO a probable realistic target to sign perm if this works out. COYR

RedStuart

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24 Nov 2014 18:39:00
No he's the one who go's out with that girl from coronation street who looks like a little zlatan ibraimovic :-)

suttonred

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20 Nov 2014 13:11:25
Dexter Blackstock,will be allowed to leave,NEP quoting SP,have we got that many striker's that we can afford to let him go?😒

boilerman

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Short term loan only.

“It would only be a short-term thing, as the squad is not big enough to enable him to go out for a long-term move".

redfev

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All he said is that he can go on a very short term loan to get some match fitness. Actually said we don't have enough for him to go out on a lengthy loan spell

Keeno

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Apparently he's refused point blank to go out on loan to Sheff Utd as he doesn't want to drop down league one.
I think we are now considering offers other championship clubs, Sheff Wed being one of them.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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A short term loan with 24 hour recall would be a good thing. Training and playing in Under 21's is one thing but he needs games at championship level to get properly match fit. So when he does return he is 'good to go/ready to play' and we don't have to wait weeks for him to get up to speed.

ruddyforest

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21 Nov 2014 13:03:41
In todays papers we are after Reuben Reid from Plymouth

FOREST-KEY

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What do we need with another striker

boilerman

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21 Nov 2014 16:42:55
I see Forest have settled out of court with three former members of the previous managers staff. Kelly, Darby and Williams. I bet the Chairman now wishes he ever got involved with the previous manager.

Jaj

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Rubén reid!! Scoring a few and looks ok on the ball but he is overweight and incredibly lazy. Can get away with it at that level but not the champ

Keeno

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18 Nov 2014 13:41:23
Any rumours about Juan Quintero

boilerman

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Not for Forest, for Arsenal perhaps as part of a £60m double deal.

NE_Red_Daz NE_Red_Daz

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Thanks NE Red Daz ,i think my Scottish nephew was winding me up ,after i posted i checked his profile could be a rich for us😒

boilerman

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17 Nov 2014 00:41:53
Friend of friend sat in exec box at Norwich game. There was a Sunderland scout sat behind him. He heard him talking at half time and was apparently looking at Ben Osborne. hope not!

chonkiboy

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Come on mate, all decent players are going to attract attention, can't be helped, hopefully we will hold on to our best young assets.

GawdenBennett GawdenBennett

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He is under contract for a long time, so no problems there.

Jaj

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Lascelles and darlow signed a 5 year contract 4 months before they left

Lord Sigri Lord Sigri

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They did not really have much choice in the matter. Lascelles did not want to go.

Jaj

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14 Nov 2014 22:23:39
Danny Graham gone on loan to Wolves til the end of December, so that's that rumour out the window.
Ilkeston town 18yr old winger gone to Huddersfield for a reported £300k, host of clubs chasing him both premier & championship inc. Forest.
Probably old news now lol.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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The lad from Ilkeston (very bizarrely called Che Evans) has signed for Sheff Utd.

BigRog

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Che evens from leister sono way he was coming to the reds

stu1865

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It's Che Adams, Sheff Utd snatched him from under Huddersfield's noses.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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14 Nov 2014 08:20:42
Have any Reds out there heard anything about possible loans,it is only 14 days till window close's,unless the injured are ready to make a return,⚽

boilerman

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Not Heard as much as a squeak. One player i would like to See at the CG is Mats Moler Daehli he's not Getting any game Time at Cardiff. When he was at Man U he was going to be the New xavi Or Ineista.
Read an intresting Article earlier about how Cardiff have Players who are Not Even Getting a Kick and are considerably better than the Ones Russel Slade picks for the Match Day squad.

Another Red in Bielefeld Another Red in Bielefeld

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11 Nov 2014 15:35:00
read in paper that forest are way out on the fifa fair play rules and could be hit with a 3 window transfer ban so that's january and all next season if its true : (

redjames

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I believe any Transfer Embargo is until Club has losses of less than £8m, however since this will be changing from Next Season I can't see how they can legally enforce it after the change (plus will then be £13m which I believe we're under). Plus the Embargo is that if we sell a player we can sign one as long as his wages are less than the outgoing player and within the a set limit that will have been imposed.

NFFCDave

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Dont forget that there is a lot of players out of contract at the end of the season and if an embargo is underway we can replace these providing the new salaries are less. Of course we will be heading for the premiership plus the ground naming deal should be done and fawaz has promised an expanded city ground if we go up. SO its not all doom and gloom, keep the faih and support the boys.

stormingnorman

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11 Nov 2014 20:14:32
Who's out of contract end of this season.
I expect Halford Collins Harding. Who else?

marco123

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If we are, so are a lot of other clubs! Fawaz will sort it!

marko99 marko99

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When Barcelona were hit with an embargo, they were given a window to spend as they pleased prior to the embargo taking hold. If we aren't given the same, we should fight it in court. Should buy some time to spend anyway as they couldn't enforce the embargo until the legal challenge has been resolved.

Notorious PB Notorious PB

Ed03{Ed003's Note - These are not FIFA ffp they are The Championship ffp rules although as you know they have been amended from 2015/16. }

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The existing championship FFP framework will remain in place for the rest of this season 2014/15 & next season 2015/16.
At the beginning of the 2016/17 season the financial performance of championship clubs will be closely monitored over a 3 year period.
Within this period clubs will be able to make a loss of 15mill without having to explain how that loss will be funded.
In addition to this clubs will be able to lose more than 15mill but no more than 39mill, but will be subject to additional regulations if they do so.
Such as detailed forecasting on accounts for the 2 seasons ahead.
They are the basics, then it starts to get complicated, like promotion/relegation within that 3yr period.

The current championship FFP are a joke & are completely out of touch with the reality of financial loss clubs incur, not necessarily through spending but because thier income simply doesn't't cover thier losses.
Qpr were facing a £60mill fine last season through blatant flaunting of the FFP, what would of happened if they hadn't been promoted ?
I'm thinking nothing, too many loopholes.
Faulkner said his first job as Forest CEO would be to write the FA for clarification on the fundamentals of FFP in the championship, which in his words were about as clear of mud.

I don't think we have too much to worry about;
the reporter should stick to what he's paid for reporting on the football match, although I think he mentioned we won 2-1 at the end of the article.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Cough cough it's 2016/17 ed.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

Ed03{Ed003's Note - There is a change from next season(15/16) that allows losses of up to £13m - you really should get something for that cough awful bugs going around at this time of year.}

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I stand corrected ed, the increase is during the transitional period.
Although it makes you wonder why the FA don't start the new FFP infrastructure next season.
To say the new FFP will start 2016/17 season,
but then increase it to 13mill from 6mill the srason before is a bit strange.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Under the embargo we can still ad free agents to our squad providing there salary doesn't exceed 10k a week. i think you are allowed a squad of 24 or 25 players over 21 (u21's don't count as there youth and they want more youth coming through) I think we have 22 or 23 over 21's so we can still ad 1 or 2 players providing there's no fee and there wages aren't over 10k per week. that's if I heard right on radio nottingham on sat. we can also sell one and bring one in during the embargoes. we will no more in jan.

uptheforest uptheforest

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Stop buying/loaning overated, overpriced injured/semi fit players that produce very little. by all means pay good money for really up coming talent like we have recently, but for gods sake i wish we would stop having our pants pulled down several times a year with obvious injury prone players. i dread to think how much money is sat in the treatment room. . AGAIN!!

dusty

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Do we will really need extras in the squad in the next 2 years if we stay in the championship ?
1. We can have a squad of 25 - one leaves then we can get another player but pay him a miserable £10000 a week surely not enough to live on!
2. As I understand it we can bring in players under the age of 21
3. Not sure about loans
4. Simple answer to get into the premier league this season

doc m

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73 unbelivable i really did read it in the paper lol

redjames

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11 Nov 2014 14:05:59
Are we any closer to signing anyone chaps, anyone heard anything ?
COOPERRED

cooperred

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SP I believe said he was in discussion with a Manager over someone and hoped to get over the International Break.

NFFCDave

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Could it be Paul Mcshane at Hull i don't know if he is what we are looking for,but Hull are looking to loan him out

boilerman

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He will probably want someone experienced as we are missing the influence of Reid and/or Cohen in midfield. What older premiership players are not getting a game at the moment?

Psychosomy

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Wes Morgan and a Leicester striker so I hear. : )

F.A.Wazz

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Morgan? Where did you hear that?

Psychosomy

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09 Nov 2014 18:41:53
It is quiet on the transfer front,last heard was a young lad at. Man City called Pozo,anybody heard anything 👂

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07 Nov 2014 10:33:21
Sunderland outcast Danny Graham is generating interest from a host of championship clubs including Nottingham Forest, Brentford (they only have one song & yes you can sing on yer own), Wolves & Leeds.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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I think there is a problem with his Premier league wages,could be why the deal fell through at Brentford,i thought we needed a midfield wizard Graham is an attacking midfielder

boilerman

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What games do u watch??? Graham is an out and out centre forward

Keeno

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Sorry Keeno,i read Poyet's post as midfield attack,have just reread it we don't need another striker

boilerman

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He would not get into our team

1978

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Am I missing something or do we not actually need another striker with at least 4 available for selection every week.

Midfield and defence are our weak areas which require reinforcement

NE_Red_Daz NE_Red_Daz

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No problem with getting another striker, just not Danny Graham.

Cjay

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I disagree in needing to reinforce, we have the players and the squad! A quality midfielder who would keep out a fit vaughn or a lansbury sure. but that's it! Keep the faith and no thank you to Danny Graham. rumour been around for over a year now!

JVREDDOG JVREDDOG

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No worries boilerman. No ta to Danny graham. Offers nothing we haven't got I don't think. Chris wood I think would be a fantastic signing. Him and Britt up top

Keeno

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Danny Graham would be a terrific signing

TrickyMayor

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We need back up for Reid (long term) and at a push, a decent cbk as back up for Hobbs and Wilson (for when they are injured - like most of the time) but for me, not a fwd

RanDamRed

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06 Nov 2014 10:39:33
Daily Reflection linking us with Barry Bannan ,could be a addition to midfield

boilerman

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05 Nov 2014 21:57:52
Fawaz as had enough, sp will be sacked in the morning. He is looking at Tony pulis as a replacement, if not then he is prepared to pursue Ian hollaway and pay millwall compensation.

longeatonred

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Id rather pearce walk away then see him sacked. he just not a manager,tactics all wrong.

neillnotts62

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SP needs an experienced coach with him. Maybe Pulis, but personally I would like Nigel Clough back. Wigley and Eastwick have no experience.

Jaj

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Either but would prefer Ian Holliway look what he's done at Millwall
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doc m

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No he hasn't. The plan is over 2 seasons. We have been the laughing stock of the Championship over the past 2 years because of the manager revolving door syndrome. Pearce was brought in to stop that and to set up the systems that support the club in the long term. I don't like the results or the style of play at the moment either but to get rid of Pearce after 4 months is utter madness. Fans need to behave like adults not spoilt brats who want it all now.

Red joy

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Well said Red joy

Redtab

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We all hate the results at the moment.
You can't help the facts that individual players are making mistakes that are costing us goals, but be positive We e only 8 points from the top

1978

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It is sad to see but Pearce's managerial track record doesn't give hope he has the ability, tactics or skills to turn it around.

Had he not been a Forest legend Fawaz wouldn't have given his CV a second glance.

Yes mistakes are happening but not for every goal. Brentford could/should have been 4-0 up at half time, only one goal was a genuine error.

UD

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Is it not an individual error from a defender for not closing his man down or giving the ball away as we did last night and against Blackburn and giving away fouls and penalties. Each player has a job to do and at the moment we are not doing it like we were in the early weeks of the season, Eric's back pass was very poor Nobody closed the man with the ball down for the first goal and Wilson was a yard too slow and gave away the penalty. we were a yard off the pace all over the pitch. I even asked after the match Who was given man of the match

1978

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Redjoy, we all have our opinions. The football under Pearce is atrocious has been all season. Did you see the ridiculous 3 3 3 1 set up last night?

We have the International break to bring in either Chris Hughton or Brian Mcdermott to stop the rot. Pulis won't come. If Fawaz does not act now come Christmas we will be firmly in a relegation scrap.

Bluebird1964

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Three players warranted the shirt last night. Despite letting in three thought darlow had a solid game. Osborne was decent and worked hard closing the ball and finally Antonio who wads co start threat.
The rest I cannot finds the words for. Well without swearing anyway. They should have put that lad on who netted from the halfway line at half time

Keeno

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Be careful of what you all wish for!
Changing managers is the last thing we need having laid solid foundations at the club behind the scenes.

This League is even more competitive this year and we have no right to be in the promotion places everyone has to knuckle down and be patient.

Unforced errors, 2 injuries and a poor decision on a disallowed goal are hardly down to the manager!

Keep the faith

Redinexile Redinexile

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Redinexile

Yes - last nights game in isolation they aren't down to him. But it's been weeks now where we've looked shaky. Poor players make mistakes.

The scary thing is Pearce's main attributes are bravery, leadership, commitment - and this just isn't being replicated on the field.

Yes we need stability - but appointing a former legend who happens to be a below average manager doesn't give you that. does it?

UD

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Yes but this is not a one off! Poor performances have been in for some time now.

Bluebird1964

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It is still early days - the league is not won before Xmas! I recall many years ago Ipswich making an amazing charge up a league whn they looked dead and buried. SP has to be given time and some of our best players are injured. I agree Lascelles and Darlow have their thoughts elsewhere but we have cover for those positions even if we have to blood younger players and this might be the time to do so.

dickiereddog

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We're in freefall now and I don't believe Pearce is the manager to bring us out of this slump. He doesn't seem to have the tactics or knowhow to handle the Championship. I personally feel that something isn't right in the background of this team. The players lack motivation and they are making stupid mistakes - something I never thought I'd see from a team managed by Stuart Pearce. This is a results buisness now and all managers have these slumps and 9 times out of 10 it ends with the manager getting the sack. If Forest are to lose on Saturday to Norwich then we'll be staring at the wrong end of the table and Pearce may be in Fawaz's firing line soon after. I so want for Pearce to bring us the results we desperately need to propel us back up the table but I can't see it happening. Maybe Tony Pulis or even Eddie Howe are potential managers that could fill the hot seat if the curtain falls on Pearce's reign. If we keep losing we may have to face up to fact that we need a new manager and unfortunately in this game there isn't any room for sentiment.

barkingmadjack

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06 Nov 2014 17:33:34
Yes I was at the game last night, and at Huddersfield on Saturday. It's dreadful. I'm not saying it isn't. What I am saying is that if fans demand a manager out who isn't winning all the time, after Only four months, they are setting themselves up to be another Leeds, another Cardiff. Will Russell Slade last once he loses a few? Of course not. We have looked bonkers enough over the last two seasons, let's not do it any more. Team management ( any management) is a very complicated job, if only it was as easy as passing on your skills and commitment and knowledge as a player to the team immediately. They are all different people and will learn differently and in different timescales. It's not a computer game, its real life! It takes time for things to gel, to learn from mistakes and we have to give Pearce some time. He loves Forest and it will be hurting him as much as it does us, more, because he is ultimately responsible for it and we aren't. If he goes, we will just start the whole sorry process all over again and back in the same state, if not worse than before. He's got rid of a lot of the players the fans slagged off last year and brought in some proper quality. the situation behind the scenes is being sorted. It's a long, tough task. Rome wasn't built in a day and we don't have Cloughie on that particular job anymore! And look how long, in reality, it took even him!

Red joy

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Re joy

totally agree

oakhamred

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We will be a laughing stock if fawaz sacks sp. he will get it right I am certain. It's no coincidence that we haven't won since Reid and Cohen got injured. Yes I am a season ticket holder and no I am not happy with how we are playing. Booing the players off is a great way to increase confidence! Get behind the manager and the team like the bridgeford end did on weds. Yes it's sloppy. Yes we miss Hobbs Reid and Cohen. Sack Pearce and it's back to the drawing board. There is plenty of talent in the squad, just a lack of confidence. One win could change everything! COYR

KingsLynnRed

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Agreed - sacking SP achieves nothing. Confidence will plummet, a new manager will get rid of those players he does not like and bring in yet more - totally illogical. Look at Man City, loss of confidence, Man Utd Van Gaal says he needs three years etc. Perhaps our aspirations are too high and too soon! We have the players, we have the youth, we have a good, yes good man as manager. As somebody said before 'Rome was not built in a day'. There has over the past few years bee a lot of lows and not many highs - BD would not do any better in my opinion nor would anybody else. Patience is a virtue and SP needs our support and belief in his vision - there is one believe me!

dickiereddog

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09 Nov 2014 14:25:02
What a difference a game makes ;-). Nearly dislocated my shoulder when the second one went in. Thought Parterson earned a starting position and Osborn should stay on with Tesch in the Midfield. 4-4-2 at home it's not rocket science!!!

TelfordRed

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TelfordRed:

Result was good yes- feels extra special winning like that late on.

Tesche and Osborn - difficult one - not sure what sort of midfielders they are - they don't create much nor are they tacklers. Both neat and tidy but neither really influences a football match. Finding the right combination in centre mid is proving a tough one!

UD

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UD:

Yep can't argue with that but I thought they did the simple things well. Still give the ball away a bit too much but think it has potential. Let's be honest Vaughan doesn't seem to be able to stay on the pitch long enough to really gain match fitness and Henri has been a bit disapointing this season so far. Any club would miss Cohen and Reid in this league!

TelfordRed

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04 Nov 2014 13:17:35
Looks like Greg Halford going to Brighton on loan that's a few quid of the wage bill

boilerman

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04 Nov 2014 20:01:22
well good luck to him, good trier and prepared to play anywhere.

oakhamred

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Personally I'd like to wish him all the best. A good honest professional who always gave his all !

Wilderbeast

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Agreed - will probably do brill at B&HA and come back to haunt us!

dickiereddog

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01 Nov 2014 11:50:52
Just found the latest on Pozo - "Nottingham Forest have made a loan enquiry for Manchester City striker Jose Angel Pozo - dubbed 'The mini Messi'.
Forest boss Stuart Pearce is hoping his former ties being in the Etihad hot-seat will now help him steal a march on a host of interested clubs.
Pozo, 18, is considered one of the brightest stars in City's Academy and was plucked from Real Madrid two years ago for £2.4m.
The starlet scored on his first-team debut against Sheffield Wednesday in the Capital One Cup this season and has also impressed in the youth version of the Champions League.
Pozo was ruled out last term with a bad ankle injury but has got himself back to full fitness and City are now considering testing the Spaniard at a higher level".

pedroalicante

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The way we are playing at the moment you sold him to me at "Pozo, 18"

Cjay

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Why do we always struggle to get decent loan players?, young Bamford at Boro is a Forest academy player yet didn't want to come?, if we don't sort ourselves out we'll be playing county next year!

Mainstandguy

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31 Oct 2014 11:35:11
Anyone aware of any more loan deals pending ? When does the loan window close, is it today ? Surprised that we can't loan out Halford & Collins. Perhaps they want to stay ?

Dunlop47

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Loan window closes 27th November
Not aware of any signings but would think it would be in defence as that is where it is costing us points.

AlanM

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More likely there wages are to high for the teams that want them.

uptheforest uptheforest

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You did not mention Abdoun, I see he's still training with the first team.

V8

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I think we have a good enough team now to get us up to premeirship we just need time now coyr

Skeg vegas jay

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I can see Abdoun being paid off to make way for a player that will actually get a game and add to the squad. He's obviously sitting on his contract because he knows he won't get another like that again in his career.

Dazza60

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I don't believe it's purely the fault of our defense - the last few games the passing from mid to attack has been pants leavin the defense with too much to deal with and I don't think any more signings will help - we have to have an alternate style to switch to as well as improve our terrible passing. we could start by keeping it on the deck

RanDamRed

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31 Oct 2014 10:59:57
HITC sport reporting we are still tracking Jose Pozo,anybody heard anything positive

boilerman

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My brothers wife has just found out shes pregnant.

Cjay

Ed07{Ed007's Note - Is it definitely hers?}

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Probably not his, but most definitely hers.

Cjay

Ed07{Ed007's Note - Well done, Cjay lol It would surprise you the people that fall for that, it's the last thing in the world anyone expects you to say so their mind tricks them into thinking you've asked if it's his and confuses them :) After your answer though I hope your bro doesn't read the site!}

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30 Oct 2014 17:58:41
Anthony Knockaert is not going to Nottingham Forest.
Forest are however chasing Man City wonder kid Angel Jose Pozo.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Pity a very good player

swoogel

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Pozo cost Man.city £2.4 mill.hope we are talking about a loan,he is a red hot player though,fast and with a good tactical brain,been likened to Messi

boilerman

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30 Oct 2014 11:08:07
Ince has signed Fawaz has tweeted on Twitter

Dunlop47

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Great signing for 10 role.
Lansbury to play deeper with Tesche

Redinexile Redinexile

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Fantastic news! Hope we keep him till Jan then look at perm additions!!!

JVREDDOG JVREDDOG

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Yes just confirmed on BBC Sport. Loan deal until 28 December

Bluebird1964

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Get in !!!
Any news on how long ?
I'm hearing December.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Shows you how much the Evening Post know. speculative journalism.
I could of wrote that article after no news of the signing last night !!!

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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Redinexile, are you dropping Vaughn for Tesche?

Cjay

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I just hope his fit enough to play on Saturday as I imagine he is costing us a few bob.

brizzlered

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I hope he plays Ince for 60 mins and we are 2-0 up and then bring Lansbury on to see if he can come up with the goods.

bsered

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Can't believe Fawaz was available on loan.

Luke Luke

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30 Oct 2014 08:39:28
NEP reporting Ince looking at other options,Hull ok with it just the player can't make up his mind,a bit like Inter and Liverpool,also says we are looking at Knockaert and a youngster called Pozo any Reds out there heard anything

boilerman

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I seem to remember that Stuart Pearce had some row/problem with Ton Ince's father Paul Ince when they were in the England team.

Dunlop47

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His transfers always seem to be protracted at the moment. Sign on the line or let's move on

Keeno

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Ince has faffed about every time he's offered a move. It obviously works well for him, that's why he plays for Hull reserves ! If he continues to dither over just a months loan I'd let him stew in the reserves ……we want players who want to play for us, not failed prima donnas, IMO.

dr88

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All doom & gloom but its not that bad, the same report says that we are still expecting a positive response from Ince today and he could sign this afternoon.
I'm thinking that with the rumours that he has already signed - the delay in the signing is now leading to disappointment - but Ince hasn't said he doesn't want to sign for us & he hasn't said he is considering other offers.

Red_Til_Im_Dead

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He will sign this afternoon.

uptheforest uptheforest

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I wonder about Peare & Paul ince's relationship. There were alleged accusations of 'unacceptable comments' made to Ince by pearce duting the Forest utd match

Bazzaboy

Ed01{Ed001's Note - Pearce was found guilty of racial abuse of Ince. Paul long ago moved on from it, and Pearce and the younger Ince had a decent working relationship with England's U21s.}

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We cleared up Ed. Pearce has grown up since them comments and shouldn't have any bearing on Tom playing for us. Heard the Knockaert rumour. I personally do not rate him and don't think he adds anything we need.

nffcbigs85

Ed01{Ed001's Note - it has no bearing, like I said Tom and Pearce worked well together and had no issues with the U21s. I would think Ince would be a good signing.}}

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29 Oct 2014 09:47:18
Lindegaard looking to be Darlows replacement for next year as he's been told to find a new club by Louis Van Gaal.

Tdog

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Would be class. can't see it tho. Prob go abroad.

brummie-red

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Get him in now Darlow has been poor this season, his mind is elsewhere!

marko99 marko99

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I don't see Anders Lindegaard dropping to Championship football.

He is a quality keeper and will be coveted by top European clubs if he leaves MUFC.

However, something I read over the weekend, Tomasz Kuszczak is being lined up by Bayern Munich. Could do a job for us instead of bench warming in Munich

NE_Red_Daz NE_Red_Daz

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I would have thought wages would be a big obstacle, as it is with any player you're trying to get from the Premiership especially Man Utd.

Joe Baker Fan Club Joe Baker Fan Club

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Would stick with Devries if we stay in the championship, he's a decent keeper and can't see the point in rocking the FFp boat on a goalie. If we got bigger ideas, then would look at Kieron Westwood from Wednesday.

Cjay

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29 Oct 2014 23:53:38
I agree with marco darlow has cost us in the last four games, two absolute shockers against Ipswich

BigDaddyCain

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Cannot see Darlow or Lascalles getting a game at Newcastle. Both Krul and Elliott better keepers than Darlow. The Forest defence do not trust Darlow. Get the reserve keeper in for Saturday.

Jaj

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We should of got Westwood on a free in the summer solid keeper prem experience and just all round better than darlow

Redmartin

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Here, here to Kieron Westwood Cjay and Redmartin!

red widow

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28 Oct 2014 13:35:22
According to one news site Ince HAS signed on loan

pedroalicante

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Hope he does well, just seems he has a bit of an ego?

bobbybelperred

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28 Oct 2014 19:44:21
quality signing if its true. pacy and makes thing happen.not so long ago he was in talks with Inter Milan.

Eastbourne red

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I've heard about this ego. Pearce always said he wants the right characters in the dressing room, hopefully it won't upset anyone. But he was worked with him before at u21, so we shall have to see.

Gnomeadam

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28 Oct 2014 11:59:06
Tom Ince from Hull is one player Sp trying to get on loan

1978

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28 Oct 2014 11:18:19
Telegraph reporting, "Forest target Tom Ince" we approached hull on Monday according to the article.

RedStuart

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Yep, its on NEP website now, good player if on form & who would pearce drop to play him ???? intresting

worksop red

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I'd play a 4-2-3-1. Two out of Vaughan, tesche and Lansbury. Then Burke, ince and Antonio with Britt up top.
Ince in a number 10 role linking the play.
So fryatt would be on the bench

Keeno

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27 Oct 2014 07:37:26
Possibly 2 loan signings by the weekend - 1 is definitely. Boyh from premier league teams. Not sure who. Any ideas?

mastino

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Any idea what positions he is trying to strengthen ? We always have a problem with the left back position, Pearce does not seem to fancy Danny Fox. Stories are that we had to sign him as he would only come on loan last season if he got a 3 year contract.

Dunlop47

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Its the young winger from Villa, I think nailed on. and the rumour yesterday was a midfielder from Spurs. they do have alot. that's all I know

JVREDDOG JVREDDOG

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Mason from Spurs could be one, as was a rumour after the Spurs cup game that SP asked if he was available. Villa bloke SP already said not interested. Might be a CB to cover Hobbs as would expect them to replace Reid and Hobbs.

NFFCDave

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Boyd from Burnley lol

PK1

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Pk1, can't SEE this one happening. Lol

RedStuart

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Some saying Sinclair though can't see it myself

SILKS SILKS

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One will be Tom Ince according to Tails

NFFCDave

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Tom Ince supposedly closing in on a 1 month loan deal, with a view for a 93 day extention. COYR!

CAMFOREST24

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Looks like Tom once from hull could be good sighning

Skeg vegas jay

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Tom Ince

BrixtonRed

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Ince and Charlie Adam

marko99 marko99

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26 Oct 2014 21:46:52
Well done to the winners of the October Correct Score Competition
1st - tomhen 32 pts
2nd - rosowl 29 pts
3rd - ormerodm 28 pts

The page has now been updated for the start of the November comp - Good luck to everyone and a reminder it is open for everyone to join in.

Cheers
Ed 003

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24 Oct 2014 10:30:51
In the broad sheets today that Forest are in trouble over FFP and may jeapordise our promotion, would ignore if in the trash comics but not a reputable paper. Worried Reddog

JVREDDOG   JVREDDOG
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See the report in the NP today by Tails probably explains better and I expect that half the clubs in the Championship are going to be in same position.

NFFCDave

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I would think if half of the clubs are in the same boat it isn't working and there will have to be a re think on the situation

1978

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Why are you worried?the fa will see that we have drastically reduced the way we have been run and will take that on board. we all knew we would more than likely have an embargo in January because of how much it costs day to day to run the club. don't get too worried until the accounts get produced in December then we can see where we are. faulkner knows what he's doing

uptheforest uptheforest

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It is being reported that three Championship clubs are in the same boat.

I think we're still in a hangover period from last year when Fawaz was trying to do everything himself, including some horrendous signings. It seems we're back on the right road with a new CEO and a better wage bill, so hopefully this should all be history sooner rather than later.

Worst case scenario is that if we exceed an £8m loss when the accounts are filed in November we might be hit with a fine or with an embargo. That might harm us a little in the short term but as I say, we look to be on the right road now.

SteveSuttonsWonkyEye

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Blame the previous money grabbing manager.

Jaj

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If we get hit with a fine Fawaz will probably ask how they want it paying cash or cheque.

Another Red in Bielefeld Another Red in Bielefeld

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I think it's also key that what we file this year (so far) shows a marked improvement over last year and we demonstrate we are trying to adhere to it. That way the sanctions imposed may be less severe.
Puts into perspective the sales of darlow and lascelles slightly better

Keeno

Ed03{Ed003's Note - The current rules aren't like the European FFP ones Keeno - they just take into account whatever the last 12 months accounts are not what direction the business is going.}

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I understand that if there is a transfer embargo that we will still be able to bring players in on a one in one out basis. Although not ideal if we can offload the likes of Abdoun (possibly the highest earner in the club) and a couple of others that aren't making it into the first team, Forest will still be able to build/add for the final push in the new year.
Although an embargo isn't ideal the club will find a way to bring players in i'm sure.

Dazza60

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25 Oct 2014 20:41:08
Forest needn't worry about promotion, FFP on not. No win in 9 games is hardly tantamount to getting into the Premiership. Come on Mr Pearce, get angry, they don't want to see you when your angry.

Greaserman

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We have only spent 1.4 mill on players with the sales of others so must more about how the club is being run or something we don't know about, why hasn't abdoun been at least transfer listed, and i know i don't know the ins and outs of the rules but if Fawaz is our sponsor can't he just sponsor forest more money to balance the books :) ?

redjames

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23 Oct 2014 14:22:55
Now confirmed on a news site that Darlow & Lascelles CANNOT be recalled. It says "NEWCASTLE United have now also confirmed that Jamaal Lascelles and Karl Darlow will be Nottingham Forest players for the rest of the season.

Stuart Pearce has repeatedly stated that the Premier League club have no recall clause for either player, following their return to the City Ground on loan.

That had not halted endless speculation that the duo, who were sold to United for a combined fee of around £6.5m, could be recalled to the north-east.

But now Newcastle themselves have confirmed what Pearce has been saying all along - that Forest have a cast iron agreement to keep the players for the entire season".

pedroalicante

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23 Oct 2014 09:20:24
The Guardian is reporting -

Nottingham Forest, Burnley and Southampton are all keeping tabs on young midfielder Che Adams from Ilkeston FC in the Evo-Stick Northern Premier league.

SMILE_NFFC

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22 Oct 2014 15:23:47
NEP saying we are still interested in Grealish from Villa Wigley being coy about it but SP likes him he would be good for us

boilerman

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Lazy journalism once again from NEP taken from the after match interview with Wigley, after he refused to comment on the story

1978

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Grealish just signed a new contract at Villa, he is in their first team squad & is highly rated by Keane as well as Lambert so doubt if he will be going anywhere

Lafsword

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