Summer Transfer Window Thread Now Open...

michael duffy

Well-known member
Would you have believed at the start of this window that we were able to keep hold of all of our players and yet bring in 6. Brilliant work done by all concerned, now it is over to lenny to give us the 10iar and sure he will.
With this nonsense of the window over, it is over to what we do best, winning matches, trophies, and wipeing dirt away, starting with the scum on the 17th
Very happy tonight
HH
Definitely a good windae John, onto the 10! 🍺 🥳
 

boab1916

Well-known member
JAMES FORREST could miss SIX weeks due to an ankle fracture.



The Celtic winger limped off after only 34 minutes of the 1-0 Europa League qualifying win against FC Riga in Latvia 12 days ago.


It’s a blow for Neil Lennon who initially reckoned Forrest could be sidelined for a couple of games.


Now the flanker will be out of action until at least next month after a scan highlighted a minor stress fracture, according to a report in Glasgow Live.


Scotland international gaffer Steve Clarke had to leave the 29-year-old out of his international squad for the forthcoming crucial encounters against Israel on Thursday, Slovakia on Sunday and the Czech Republic a week tomorrow – all the ties at Hampden.


Forrest could even miss the Scottish Cup semi-final against Aberdeen – which has been held over from last season – which is due at the national stadium on Sunday, November 1.


Jeremie Frimpong has deputised for the experienced Hoops star after taking over against FC Riga and keeping the place for the wins over Hibs (3-0), Sarajevo (1-0) and St Johnstone (2-0).
 

boab1916

Well-known member

Chris Hughton appointed Nottingham Forest manager following Sabri Lamouchi departure​



Nottingham Forest have sacked head coach Sabri Lamouchi.


The Reds axed their manager in the wake of a 2-1 defeat at home to Bristol City which left them without a Championship point after four games.


Lamouchi was in charge at the City Ground for 15 months, having replaced Martin O'Neill at the helm before the start of last term.

The Frenchman looked set to guide Forest into the play-offs last season, but they missed out on a place in the top six on the last day of the campaign.


The Reds have made a terrible start to the new term, losing all four of their opening league matches, to QPR, Cardiff City, Huddersfield Town and the Robins.


They were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Barnsley.
 

Tenerife tim

Well-known member
Today's Presser
Neil looks more relaxed and sounds that way too
The future is bright, it's green & white
Tom Rogic, will play a part going forward
Good to hear from the gaffer
Must admit I wouldn't have been too concerned if either the wizard or ntcham left in the window. Definitely a huge talent is rogic but in what is it, 5 years he's never been fit for more than half a season and very rarely get 90 minutes out of him when he is fit. Still,hopefully he'll produce some of his undoubted magic as he's done in the past and I'll gladly hold my hands up and say I was wrong. Ntcham on the other hand I just think he can't be arsed at times. How can you play the way he's done against the likes of Lazio and be as good as a man down two or three games in a row after that. Thank fk I'm no lenny,I'd be pulling my hair oot. HH
 

Winter

Well-known member

Chris Hughton appointed Nottingham Forest manager following Sabri Lamouchi departure​



Nottingham Forest have sacked head coach Sabri Lamouchi.


The Reds axed their manager in the wake of a 2-1 defeat at home to Bristol City which left them without a Championship point after four games.


Lamouchi was in charge at the City Ground for 15 months, having replaced Martin O'Neill at the helm before the start of last term.

The Frenchman looked set to guide Forest into the play-offs last season, but they missed out on a place in the top six on the last day of the campaign.


The Reds have made a terrible start to the new term, losing all four of their opening league matches, to QPR, Cardiff City, Huddersfield Town and the Robins.


They were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Barnsley.
Wouldnt be forest if they didn't sack their manager, overdue if anything by their standards good appointment though
 

According to Saul

Well-known member
weird coincidence that lille a part of France that was economically part of the anglosaxon empire and connected to port of calais burgher meisters.

not too far from Belgium another burgher country with royal family connected to the same anglosaxon secret societies

where does the money pop out from to subsidise these small clubs with big pockets

:p
From other secret societies.HH
 

Theverdict1

Well-known member
Aye, but ones a pheasant plucker or something
Yes he is. He was on talking terms with the Rothschilds, who we all know have had an unbroken line of descendants hellbent on destroying the world for 250 years, and they fucking loved pheasants, couldn't get enough of them. So, it all fits in. I would also keep an eye out for all those millions who have been abducted by aliens, mostly god fearing bible belt christians and had their arses probed senseless. Don't think for a minute the Freemasonry and the Rothchilds are solely confined to the earth. They, like the truth, are out there and all you need to believe that is gullibility, a lack of critical thinking and a enchant for wanting someone to blame. I have said too much, so, if I don't return here, you will know the masons and Rothchilds and Clintons and Lizard folk with brown brogues have silenced me. Au revoir mon amis.
 

TET

Well-known member
Yes he is. He was on talking terms with the Rothschilds, who we all know have had an unbroken line of descendants hellbent on destroying the world for 250 years, and they fucking loved pheasants, couldn't get enough of them. So, it all fits in. I would also keep an eye out for all those millions who have been abducted by aliens, mostly god fearing bible belt christians and had their arses probed senseless. Don't think for a minute the Freemasonry and the Rothchilds are solely confined to the earth. They, like the truth, are out there and all you need to believe that is gullibility, a lack of critical thinking and a enchant for wanting someone to blame. I have said too much, so, if I don't return here, you will know the masons and Rothchilds and Clintons and Lizard folk with brown brogues have silenced me. Au revoir mon amis.
did you just shape shift there?
 
Top