Before Hughton was appointed it looks like we had a fair share of interest from decent pool of managers so wonder what they lose managers are thinking now? According to The Athletic, though, Eddie Howe, Sam Allardyce and Nigel Pearson were among those interested in the forest vacancy, with another Championship manager also said to have been keen on the role.
By the way I’m not calling for Hughton out as we know this merry go round of forest managers is part of our problem but interesting that we are still viewed as a decent proposition for a manager. If things were really rotten at the club I think word would go round and we would struggle to get interest in this position.
Let’s hope we play some sort of game tonight where we can see some good football. I’m not buying into this we have been unlucky so far. We play boring defensive football which shuts down the opposition while hoping we can increase our 5% success rate in goal conversion ratio.
Don’t want to see Christie tonight, Figuereido can take a rest, was happy to see Guerrero start on Sunday but couldn’t wait for him to go off (had more than enough time to show what he’s made of and it’s not a lot).
Cafu looks a lot more athletic than Colback but that isn’t difficult. Arter filling in for Colback tonight with 2 awful shots. Lolley looks like he doesn’t want to be here and has fucked up everything he has touched