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  1. Derby Snow - Game called off

    Aye, disgrace that all those Cardiff fans and players currently struck on roads down the south west don't have to tackle them later on when it's predicted to be worse. Who cares about safety anyway. It's a football match, dry your vaginas.
  2. The reality is

    Hmmm, I'll give you Forest. Not sure we were without half our team for the previous 6 though.
  3. England squad for the Holland & Italy game..

    Agreed, he was worth a shot 3/4 years ago when he was still maturing but he's just as raw and reckless at 27 as he was 10 years ago. I don't see what he gives us. We've got bags of pace in Vardy and Rashford who are both better footballers and finishers than Welbeck. Demari Gray, Solanke, Lookman, Calvin-Lewert are younger and worth a punt more than Welbeck. They're the future, so why not give them a chance now whilst we're without Kane.
  4. Warnock and Cardiff

    They're not wrong, they're just not 100% accurate when trying to debate a long ball/Rowettball/hoofing argument IMO. Tom Huddlestone plays some absolute peaches across the football pitch, well over 20 yards and it lands at a mans feet more than often. That's a long ball but it's not the Rowettball/Hoofball which people (myself included) have an issue with, it's great to watch. It's the aimless long stuff which doesn't hit a man or even a dangerous area which grates my sheet, when players don't even pick their heads up. Unfortunately there's been more of that than the Huddz stuff.
  5. Warnock and Cardiff

    To be fair Dave stats reckon we aren't a long ball team but anyone with eyes can see the amount of long balls we play a game. Not too keen on using them to go for/against either team because straight after the last discussion on this topic we went away to QPR, left a 30 yard gap inbetween our midfield and sole striker, peppered their defence with aimless long balls and wondered why we couldn't get a foothold in the game. Cardiff are direct there's no two ways about that, they just use much more aggression in an attacking sense than us and despite the amount of missed chances last night they have a cutting edge far above ours at this moment in time. It's percentage football at it's finest, they don't knock it about their back 4 like we still seem to do, they play with purpose and intent and that's the biggest differences between us and them. That's why there is a 14 point gap. My biggest gripes have been how bad our players can be in possession and one word I seem like I've used a million times recently is intent. Intent to try and win the game at QPR. Intent at Forest. Why are we happy with a point? We haven't won in nearly a quarter of a season. Compare both away performances (ours and Cardiff's) at Brentford this season and you can see why there's more admiration for Warnock than Rowett IMO. I wouldn't want Warnock as manager despite all this, he's cracked this division but it will be interesting to see how they get on in the PL next year with him at the helm.
  6. Warnock and Cardiff

    I think that's just sour grapes from that Brentford account, they were very good last night. Bar the 3 they scored; Bentley's made 3 top saves, they've had one off the line and also hit the post. 6-1 wouldn't have flattered them. To be fair to Warnock he knows his style and is quite open to it, I don't see why we have to dance around the same subject with GR.
  7. Championship promotion rivals watch

    Did anybody actually watch them tonight? Not speaking for the whole season but they were class this evening, it could have easily been 3-8 if both teams had their shooting boots on. They play like us but with a bit more intent and quality in the final third. What a test Sunday will be compared to Forest's powder puff attack a few days ago.
  8. Fans Forum 13th March

    Do we have some of those like?
  9. Points required to extend our season

    Considering how we've played against the likes of Wednesday, Norwich, Reading etc.. are the 4 fixtures against the 4 near the bottom certain wins?! I think come this weekend there will only be GD keeping us in the PO, I'm hopeful after we've got Cardiff out the way we can start to pick up some points.
  10. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Shouldn't be relying on debatable penalties when an opportunity like that presents itself. We should be relying on Andi Weimann to absolutely rip the back of the net out from that range and celebrate 3 points.
  11. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Can't make my mind up whether that was a good point or not. Huddlestone being banned is a massive blow, the only capable footballer we've got.
  12. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Weimann all over. Jesus christ mate.
  13. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Good end to the half, more of that in the second please. Bored to death of the aimless punts upfield, get Huddlestone on the ball and impose our game on them, they look just as poor as us.
  14. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Tom Huddlestone's been the best player on the pitch.
  15. Notts Forest F.C. v Derby County F.C.

    Isn't the idea to get it over the wall?

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