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Nottingham Forest V Boro 0-2 (Sporar, Hernandez)


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2 minutes ago, Will said:

Is it just me or did Sporar have a tap in if Hernandez hadn't shot there? Looked like he'd got in front of his man

Yep - he wasn't happy about that. Lets hope it doesn't become a recurring theme.

Forest starting this half well. They are not going to make it easy for us.

 

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2 minutes ago, Neverbefore said:

Crooks with a good run but again his passing is poor. I'm not so sure he's in our first 11 when everyone's fit.

If he plays his way out (or someone plays their way in), then so be it. With his start here he's earned the benefit of the doubt for the moment.

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Just now, TheJew said:

I don't understand why we sit so deep against a Forest back line intent on passing it out but look incredibly shaky.

Probably to help accommodate the fact Peltier got completely wrecked by Johnson a few moments ago.

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