MATCHWATCH : Nottingham Forest (a) sponsored by Neil Webb

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Nottingham Forest (a) sponsored by Neil Webb

by morganb » 23 Oct 2019 11:31

yuomi Out of interest, what's wrong with Joao and Boye and how long are we expecting them to be out for?


On 19 OCT 2019, https://www.getreading.co.uk/sport/foot ... n-17111998 said:

Boye and Joao injuries

Joao has gone away for a break because he's going to be another five or six weeks due to a crack on his foot.

It's not a break, more a sprain on top of his foot.

Boye has a grade one or two tear on his adductor muscle in his groin so he's probably out for around three or four weeks.

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by Snowball » 23 Oct 2019 11:39

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Boye has a grade one or two tear on his adductor muscle in his groin so he's probably out for around three or four weeks.


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by Snowflake Royal » 23 Oct 2019 12:34

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WestYorksRoyal I saw the replay, I think it would have been a yellow. No contact with the face; just a hit in the chest to shake off somebody who wouldn't let go of him.

I'd go unchanged if possible, maybe Obita back in for Richards

Don't like chopping and changing.

Fair enough if Obita had a knock or wasn't fit enough yet, but he needs to get and stay fit enough to play regularly if he's going to be first choice.

Can't be having with switching LB every game.

Sure with Obita they didn`t want to risk Saturday/Tuesday at this stage of his recovery. I`m certain he will be back Saturday and we now have a run of Saturday matches only(until Leeds 26th November) so i can see him back as 1st choice.

Didn't he play sat / Tues a few weeks ago?

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by Royals and Racers » 23 Oct 2019 13:20

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Fair enough if Obita had a knock or wasn't fit enough yet, but he needs to get and stay fit enough to play regularly if he's going to be first choice.

Can't be having with switching LB every game.

Sure with Obita they didn`t want to risk Saturday/Tuesday at this stage of his recovery. I`m certain he will be back Saturday and we now have a run of Saturday matches only(until Leeds 26th November) so i can see him back as 1st choice.

Didn't he play sat / Tues a few weeks ago?

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by WestYorksRoyal » 23 Oct 2019 21:12

Not looking so awesome tonight are they?


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by Royals and Racers » 23 Oct 2019 21:15

WestYorksRoyal Not looking so awesome tonight are they?

Hull now down to 10 men

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by Royal Monkey » 24 Oct 2019 15:37

Closest game for me and I need to be in Nottingham at 6pm for work so works out perfect. Been to this fixture quite a few times now and we’ve lost every one. But with Forest losing their last 2 (their first defeats since the opening day) I’m hoping the wheels have well and truly come off their early season form and with another confident battling performance I can finally see us come away from the City ground with a positive result. COYR

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by The Enfield Royal71 » 24 Oct 2019 16:11

who else is getting the train up for this? anybody want to meet up at the 3 Guinness for a few pre-match coors?

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by royalp-we » 24 Oct 2019 20:03

Snowball After this game we will have played 9 of the top 10 in 13 games (and Cardiff 13th)


I knew there was a valid reason why we have only won 3 times :roll:


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by LUX » 24 Oct 2019 20:15

Royal Monkey Closest game for me and I need to be in Nottingham at 6pm for work so works out perfect. Been to this fixture quite a few times now and we’ve lost every one. But with Forest losing their last 2 (their first defeats since the opening day) I’m hoping the wheels have well and truly come off their early season form and with another confident battling performance I can finally see us come away from the City ground with a positive result. COYR


I saw us win there 4-3 there in 2011 8)

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by Royal Monkey » 24 Oct 2019 21:31

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Royal Monkey Closest game for me and I need to be in Nottingham at 6pm for work so works out perfect. Been to this fixture quite a few times now and we’ve lost every one. But with Forest losing their last 2 (their first defeats since the opening day) I’m hoping the wheels have well and truly come off their early season form and with another confident battling performance I can finally see us come away from the City ground with a positive result. COYR


I saw us win there 4-3 there in 2011 8)


That’s a coincidence I’m planning on watching us win 4-3 there on Saturday :lol: yeah I remember that game, not that I was there, but the highlights looked amazing last minute winner in front of our fans weren’t it ?

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by tidus_mi2 » 24 Oct 2019 22:27

LUX
Royal Monkey Closest game for me and I need to be in Nottingham at 6pm for work so works out perfect. Been to this fixture quite a few times now and we’ve lost every one. But with Forest losing their last 2 (their first defeats since the opening day) I’m hoping the wheels have well and truly come off their early season form and with another confident battling performance I can finally see us come away from the City ground with a positive result. COYR


I saw us win there 4-3 there in 2011 8)

I was at that one too, has to be one of my favourite ever games.

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by Hendo » 25 Oct 2019 01:40

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Royal Monkey Closest game for me and I need to be in Nottingham at 6pm for work so works out perfect. Been to this fixture quite a few times now and we’ve lost every one. But with Forest losing their last 2 (their first defeats since the opening day) I’m hoping the wheels have well and truly come off their early season form and with another confident battling performance I can finally see us come away from the City ground with a positive result. COYR


I saw us win there 4-3 there in 2011 8)

I was at that one too, has to be one of my favourite ever games.


+1 one of the best away games I’ve been to.


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by JoeyJoeJoeJnrShabadoo » 25 Oct 2019 11:39

thanks

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by genome » 25 Oct 2019 11:45

Only been to the City Ground once. 2-0 defeat, David Johnson & Marlon Harewood.

It was dire.

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by Whore Jackie » 25 Oct 2019 12:53

First time for me tomorrow. Did Meadow Lane circa 35 years ago. :?

Any decent pubs in Nottingham? Was going to give Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem a whirl, but note Greene King have taken it over.

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by Royal Monkey » 25 Oct 2019 18:40

Whore Jackie First time for me tomorrow. Did Meadow Lane circa 35 years ago. :?

Any decent pubs in Nottingham? Was going to give Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem a whirl, but note Greene King have taken it over.


Yeah it’s worth a visit think they claim it’s the oldest tavern in England it’s definitely one of them

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by royalp-we » 26 Oct 2019 01:54

Whore Jackie First time for me tomorrow. Did Meadow Lane circa 35 years ago. :?

Any decent pubs in Nottingham? Was going to give Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem a whirl, but note Greene King have taken it over.


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by Cape Town Royal » 26 Oct 2019 06:30

Anyone got any recommendations on how I can get a live link to watch this game?

Am over in Japan so decided its high time I try and watch the games if I can find a live feed. Sports bars are fun but full of egg chasing, baseball, and watching Iniesta and co (my local team) f***ing it up each week!!

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Nottingham Forest (a) sponsored by Neil Webb

by Sutekh » 26 Oct 2019 07:00

Wasn’t there a time in the mid 80s when you could ring a number and get game updates. Certainly seem to remember Reading (like most league clubs) had a dedicated number where you could get the latest news read to you very slowly after you had got through several rounds of headlines and coming is a moment statements (all done to maximise club income from the service).

And before BBC Berks wasn’t Reading’s coverage no more than Radio 2/5 updates and match updates from Steve Beddow during 210’s music programmes. Heaven knows how anyone followed Reading’s games before the early 80s without actually going to them.

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