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22 Jan 2017 13:49:30
Wasn't at the game or protest was anyone on here and do you think that the protest will make things worse or better I'm mixed fawaz seems so unpredictable he could do anything even walk away and leave the club in meltdown anyway good result for us yesterday not seen highlights as been away but going to sit down and watch them later

Believable1 0Unbelievable

22 Jan 2017 15:53:04
About a 1000 at the protest. Wasn't a real protest more a gathering of very disgruntled people. Few chants of "We want Fawaz out" in the ground but overall pretty tame. Game played between 2 struggling sides, Osborn quality enough to see Forest through. But they deserved the win.

Nice to see Brazil pick a balanced side and of players prepared to battle. No Kasami, Lica, Dumitru, Lam, Velios. Hopefully we won't see any of these again in a Forest shirt, sooner play the tea lady! Unlikely demonstration will have much of an impact. Gary Brazil up beat about new faces, Omar Bogle perhaps? We need to score more goals. Overall a much needed 3 points but we played a side in free fall.

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22 Jan 2017 16:04:54
If you wasn't at the game can you please stop posting. yoir opinion isn't valid unless you attend games. CARLO

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22 Jan 2017 16:06:38
Skegs don't be worried Fawaz won't walk away because that would mean He would loose all of the family money and that he can't do. This is the reason He didn't sell to JJm . He wants as much back as possible.

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22 Jan 2017 16:15:46
UTF, I think Carlo's rules stretch beyond that. I think even if you went you can't commment if you didn't protest

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22 Jan 2017 17:06:17
Carlo I agree with a lot of your posts but this latest one is just plain daft.

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22 Jan 2017 17:26:39
We are all entitled to our opinion if you don't like them it's tough This is England and freedom of speech

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22 Jan 2017 17:38:10
Look closer it wasn, t me ! Do you think some of our more intense posters don, t actually attend games, you know arm chair fans . CARLO

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{Ed007's Note - Why does it matter if posters go to games? They can see as much, if not more, watching on TV or the 'net. There's all manner of reasons why people can't get to matches, it doesn't make them any less a supporter and it certainly doesn't mean they're not allowed an opinion.}

22 Jan 2017 10:08:35
McGugan is one of three Wednesday players free to leave in January, but is thought to be on high wages at Hillsborough and a loan until the end of the season is perhaps the most likely outcome, should Forest reignite their interest. Thoughts?

Believable4 4Unbelievable

22 Jan 2017 10:19:08
In my opinion, exactly what we don't need. Not enough graft and goes missing too often.

Agree5 4Disagree

22 Jan 2017 11:23:39
Good player on his day, although his day was probably 3 or 4 years ago.

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22 Jan 2017 16:44:43
Why do most fans always look backwards wanting former players back who cannot get a game in the teams they have moved to because they are inconsistent or nor team players? Of course M

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21 Jan 2017 19:27:45
Stan collymore is meeting up with Fawaz on Tuesday.

Believable6 4Unbelievable

21 Jan 2017 20:17:52
He will probably invite Collymore to Kuwait to look at his car collection no dogs, because at the end of the day Fawaz will take no notice whatsoever.

Agree4 2Disagree

21 Jan 2017 22:25:29
Great for Stan to give the fans a voice, just hope he doesn't get 'sucked in' by the owners lies, deceit and treacherous behaviour. His only objective should be for the owner to sell the club Asap.

Agree5 3Disagree

21 Jan 2017 22:48:45
Northnottsred - that's it tell Stan what he should and shouldn't be doing lol,

Agree3 1Disagree

21 Jan 2017 23:11:43
When being interviewed by radio nottm this lunchtime Stan summed up what to expect when he meets Fawaz this week when he said having told other journalists of this impending meeting thay said "you are wasting your time he does'nt listen"
I am afraid this is what most of us think as suggestions seem to fall 'on deaf ears' After todays protest how could anyone continue in such an uuntenable situation. Unloved and not wanted.

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22 Jan 2017 10:11:53
1000 protesting, 17000 crowd. Like the green top protests of old. make a lot of noise for such a small group. This is not sympathy for Fawaz it is fact. Fawaz could do what Nigel did, stay owner, but stop funding.

The Americans are showing with their current stance they are not ones to be spending money frivolously. They would at best take us back to the Nigel Doughty, Mark Arthur days. My suspicion is the 1000 will not like that either.

Agree3 2Disagree

22 Jan 2017 11:21:52
Wisheyed what a load of rubbish. If you go to buy a car and agree 5k for It, turn up and it's got a big dent in the side, are you going to still pay 5k for it? It's called business, they've seen it's not worth as much as originally put out, nothing to do with them not wanting to spend money.

Agree5 1Disagree

22 Jan 2017 11:43:23
Americans are not known for wasting money, I agree. That is why they would return to the Nigel Doughty, Mark Arthur mode of running the club by not spending what we do not have. You are correct too about the Americans, they probably realised the club was not worth the asking price.

Only people as generous/daft as Nigel Dougherty and Fawaz would sink £100 million plus into a club that has such a small fan base. Neither man had to do that. Fawaz does not have to bankroll the club now. Abuse him all they like, if he walked away, the protesters will not fund the loses the club has had for years.

Agree2 3Disagree

22 Jan 2017 12:21:12
Not a chance Fawaz will walk away.

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22 Jan 2017 12:24:29
Sorry wishey but that's the balanced, intelligent way of looking at it- there's no place for that on here 🤔

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22 Jan 2017 14:29:14
He isn't going to walk away though, he owes his family too much money. And to just straight up say the Americans won't invest anything because they're American is downright stupid. The Glazers at United are American and funded the most expensive transfer of all time, so let's not pigeon hole people just because of where they're from.

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22 Jan 2017 17:12:46
who owns the sheep ? have they spent money ? do they look in a better position than us ? answers on a post card please

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21 Jan 2017 15:39:24
Talking to a few in the know people before the game today, Ward is seen by Fawaz as Lansburys replacement, there was no call back on the loan contract with Burton so Fawaz had to pay £200,000 to get him back. Another example of Nffc completely messing things up and not putting in place the correct loan contract to start with.

Believable4 15Unbelievable

21 Jan 2017 16:34:47
I think Fawaz is actually trying to put things right for the first time in five years and bringing back ward early is a logical step forward for the team.

Agree12 5Disagree

21 Jan 2017 17:05:05
Rather than buy a new player to replace Lansbury, Fawaz has spent £200k on his replacement, Ward. Good business!

Agree6 11Disagree

21 Jan 2017 18:48:05
I like these people who manage to talk to "people" in the know. Most of the time they just make it up. Let's get behind the club and get out of the relegation battle. Today wasn't pretty but workmen like. A lot of room for improvement but at least today we had effort, so get behind them rather than looking for the 'negatives' all the time.

Agree10 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 19:08:47
Season long loans are just that season long loans with no option to bring them back, the only clause in the contracts will be if the team had a injury crisis and couldn't fill that position then you could bring them back so blaming them for not putting a clause in is ridiculous.

Agree1 9Disagree

21 Jan 2017 19:36:24
There is so much absolute nonsense being posted on here at the moment. Jamie Ward expressed a preference to return now PM has gone. Under the terms of his loan and Nigel agreed it was best so it freed wages up for a new loan deal. Where's £200k in that?

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21 Jan 2017 21:08:35
Yes at times apart from TV you wonder how many games some posters actually attended, CARLO

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21 Jan 2017 21:14:55
"Nick26" Ward said on BBC Radio He did not ask to come back, He got a call from his agent telling him He was required back at Forest and as a good PRO He came back to the club he is contracted to

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22 Jan 2017 13:59:48
Longeaten Red, you have obviously heard of the phrase, 'Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story' eh:)

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21 Jan 2017 12:57:21
Does anyone know what's going on with fryatt? Apart from being injured

Believable0 0Unbelievable

21 Jan 2017 13:22:45
Not a clue, probably played his last game of football.

Agree5 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 13:45:01
Still paying him a fat wedge every month.

Agree4 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 15:42:56
Nice to see ward back at forest think we've missed his passion and effort

Agree8 1Disagree

21 Jan 2017 16:28:53
Fryatt should have had the dignity to walk away

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21 Jan 2017 16:45:37
Free money, who would walk away from that.

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21 Jan 2017 17:05:17
Matty Fryatt is alive and well and living in Argentina.

Agree4 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 17:39:21
There should be a protest against him mugging the club off

Agree5 1Disagree

21 Jan 2017 17:43:35
That is right he has sent a message, Don't Cry For Me.

Agree2 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 17:47:54
Still practicing, it's not easy playing with those big plastic boots on.

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21 Jan 2017 21:16:16
I did hear He was spotted buying a new car on Friday.

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21 Jan 2017 22:22:17
None of you know the truth re Fryatt. The lad has been treated appallingly by the owner. He was injured, still is, but paying for his own treatment for over a year!

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22 Jan 2017 05:17:29
I heard he's earning his wage being Fawazs tea-boy in Kuwait.

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22 Jan 2017 08:22:06
Care to share the proof north Notts? why have they singled him out and not paying for his when they sent Britt away lansbury away and Cohen away to get the best treatment?

Agree1 0Disagree

22 Jan 2017 08:47:21
people shouldn't call him whilst knowing nothing about him. it's a mental issue with him glad your not my supporters

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22 Jan 2017 10:02:08
Seemed pretty happy the other day in a car dealership.

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22 Jan 2017 15:06:41
Buying or selling, Rolls or Dacia ? CARLO PS Hear he might be back at the begining of April

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21 Jan 2017 08:14:57
All going to the protest, it was set up by a 16 year old boy who knows no other than fawaz. be leaders not followers. today's protest WILL be the final nail in our coffin thanks and rip forest

Believable8 17Unbelievable

21 Jan 2017 09:53:57
At least that 16 year old boy is doing something about what he feels passionate about Fawas has lied to us fans too many times now, he needed a loan to pay wages in November and December probably did the same with the Greek. If we just accept what the lying Fawas says then we r mugs

Agree13 7Disagree

21 Jan 2017 10:13:30
Rubbish forestfaithfull88 this has been brewing for a very long time now. I am just surprised it has taken until now to realise this Fatwaz is a proper clown. I said 5 years ago it would all end disastrously and I'm being proved right. On the pitch we will see a different formation and hopefully a different result today.

Agree8 4Disagree

21 Jan 2017 10:55:47
We'll really see what these forest players are all about today. Will they all come out fighting or will they be shrinking violets. I imagine we'll see a bit of both. On the subject of the protest, our voices need to be heard, and unfortunately, this is the only way. Either that or boycott.

Agree7 1Disagree

21 Jan 2017 11:03:18
Fans deserve the right to protest, the main thing is not allowing the negative atmosphere to spill over onto the pitch side support. That happened at Charlton last year and was a factor in their relegation in my opinion. Please support the team with as much positive passion as you have negative passion towards Fawaz

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21 Jan 2017 11:17:02
who cares if fawaz gets upset let him take the club down do what ever he wants to do Our fan base and history will always attract good players and staff So once he jumps on his camel and off into the sun we can rebuild our club weather that be this season or in league 1 next season we will always come back to this league It's this league that's our Achilles heel hopefully one day we may get lucky and get back into the prem let's just enjoy the ride and hopefully our passion will rub off onto the playing staff let's get behind the lads today like when Stuart Pearce walked out that tunnel It needs to be a cup final atmosphere every game make the players take note of our much Nffc means to us

Agree4 8Disagree

21 Jan 2017 11:41:04
That's what i say Forestfuka i'd take div 1 right now if it meant getting rid of this clown he's destroyed our club and made us a complete laughing stock!

Agree5 11Disagree

22 Jan 2017 07:19:05
No criticism BLUEBIRD but what actually was it 5 years ago that made you feel that it would all end disastrously

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21 Jan 2017 06:53:07
I see Collymore is meeting club officials before the Bristol City game. How can this be, I thought the only officials we had at the club apart from the arrival of the lady who was at Norwich, was Mr Fawaz.

Believable6 0Unbelievable

21 Jan 2017 07:51:49
We have an official bus driver, official steward, official cleaner, official handyman.

Agree3 0Disagree

21 Jan 2017 08:02:22
I heard fawaz is back in the uk on sunday.

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21 Jan 2017 08:14:40
I think there is still a kit man and someone makes the tea every now and then. How low have we sunk under Fawaz? Fair play to Stan and in the unlikely event that you may read this message a BIG THANK YOU Stan for caring, you will always have a place in our hearts. Without doubt the best striker I have ever seen wear the Garibaldi red.

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21 Jan 2017 08:15:38
Will be that lady and McGovern. they will be told to stall him so he don't protest he will twig on come running out the city ground to protest with the rest of the vigilantes.

Agree1 1Disagree

21 Jan 2017 10:55:16
Yes if stan is pulling for forest great gesture. Walks the walk. I hope frank clarke is involved. His treatment from fawaz was shocking

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20 Jan 2017 17:37:00
Gary Brazil has upped the intensity of training and looking at potential signings with big fawaz.

Believable4 7Unbelievable

20 Jan 2017 18:17:54
We were getting enough injuries in training as it was, upping the intensity will only make it worse.

Agree5 9Disagree

20 Jan 2017 20:09:50
Only signings will be free ones. Fawaz can only just pay the bills, all the Burke and Lansbury money will pay off current debts and keep the club going for the short term. This will not change until the club is completely restructured and it is run as a business and not a football club.

Agree9 1Disagree

20 Jan 2017 21:36:37
Read in yesterdays daily mail respected journo martin samual says forest are the basket case of the season everyone except fawaz whos ego won't let him we really are a laughing stock

Agree7 2Disagree

21 Jan 2017 10:31:40
It will be the clubs view to have Stan pissing out of the tent and not into it is better for them. Similiar to having Roy Keane involved with Ireland

Agree1 0Disagree

20 Jan 2017 14:31:07
How about this from a reliable source. Financial support for the academy has been cut back. Some academy staff have already left. The cuts to affect different age groups. Is this Fawaz asset stripping?

Believable16 6Unbelievable

20 Jan 2017 15:36:28
He's skint so he's selling everything hoping the American will re-bid.

Agree14 3Disagree

20 Jan 2017 15:42:05
Whilst Fawaz is a joke, shouldn't hide the fact, that some of the players efforts have been a disgrace! Yet they still want their colossal wages, one day football will comeback into the real World!

Agree11 2Disagree

20 Jan 2017 16:45:15
They already have bid again. Just a million rumours aimed st making sure Fawaz is hounded out.

Agree3 0Disagree

20 Jan 2017 19:26:32
You should of started your post with how about this for more bull that I'm going to say. Yep lester and Brazil have left to manage the senior squad of that's what you meant

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21 Jan 2017 10:32:36
Can tell you hand on heart youth coachs told to pay for own training kit on Fawaz, s orders. CARLO

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21 Jan 2017 12:26:09
I know Carlo, it's unfair, I'm made to pay for the clothes I go to work in too!

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20 Jan 2017 12:55:27
Jamie Ward recalled from Burton and avail to play v Bristol City

Believable10 1Unbelievable

20 Jan 2017 13:00:17
Great news - all hands on deck - operation SURVIVE.

Agree10 0Disagree

20 Jan 2017 16:26:07
Needs to go into starting 11.

Agree8 1Disagree

20 Jan 2017 19:09:50
He's just the sort of player you need in a relegation scrap, 2-3 more needed asap though!

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