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Lord Snooty

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  1. He was like a perky pair of knockers in a push up bra. There were flashes, glimpses of what might be. But all too many times it was a bit cold and the cardigan went on.
  2. Hang on, hang on! I always thought ReadingOwl was "ReadingOwl"?! And now you're telling me after all this time that ReadingOwl is ..ReadingOwl..
  3. Don't tell, don't tell me, I know this one. Was it Aristotle?
  4. I have to stop myself getting carried away- positively or negatively! There always an unexpected glorious performance like yesterday and always a banana skin where least expected!
  5. Clichéd I know. But "one game at a time"
  6. Poor show if so. Mind you, ten pints of Stella some Ariel Ultra up the snout and the tribalism of the away end makes people act differently...
  7. Potted meat sandwiches. Strictly final. Horlicks. Early night ready for a gentle jog and loosen up session tomorrow. And rightly so.
  8. I thought they were singing that at that absolute bongo of a referee and his fictional foul and penalty shout
  9. I thought Lees was superb. Fox very solid. Luongo is one of those midfielders that has a little bit of everything. Monk said it would be a squad game this season. It's certainly proving the case.
  10. ================================================= ================================================= ================================================= Go on , be honest, you didn't see that coming did you? 4-0. Away from home , Jordan Rhodes hat-trick/ I suspect I might be dreaming. If I am. Please get you vote in and scores on before some swine wakes me up and ruins it
  11. I think we have to have a big shout out today to the kit man. Far too many times these chaps are too keen to dig out the away it when there's no need. Blue and white stripes today. Well done that man.
  12. Deep in the heart of Greno-wood the spirit waits is time.
  13. Sort of, I had them in this morning and told them they were all going on zero-hour contracts and I'd ring them as an when I needed them.
  14. =================================== FOREST - V - WEDNESDAY Saturday 14th December, 2019 03:00 (UK) City Ground =================================== THE TEAM NEWS ========================= NOTTINGHAM FOREST Nottingham Forest trio Yuri Ribeiro, Samba Sow and Carl Jenkinson are nearing returns but are not expected to be ready to face Sheffield Wednesday. Yohan Benalouane and Michael Hefele remain sidelined for the Reds. “Nottingham Forest just don't seem to have enough goals in their side, when Lewis Grabban isn't firing you wonder where they're going to come from, and they should have put Middlesbrough away in midweek." -David Prutton Predicted line-up (4-2-3-1): Samba Cash Dawson Worrall Robinson Yates Watson Lolley Tiago Silva Ameobi Grabban =================================== SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY Wednesday's Sam Hutchinson serves the first match of a two-game ban, and Moses Odubajo is also suspended. Fernando Forestieri will need to prove his fitness after an ankle injury, while Cameron Dawson could again be in goal as cover for Keiren Westwood. "We are going to fight as hard as we can for the three points.When our intensity levels and attitude is at its best, we are capable of winning and beating any team in this league. That is what we have tried to drill into the players and slowly but surely I think they have taken that more on board." Monk Predicted line-up (4-4-2): Dawson Palmer Iorfa Lees Fox Harris Lee Luongo Bannan Murphy Fletcher ===================================
  15. Sheffield Wednesday are eyeing up a move for Charlton striker Lyle Taylor in the January transfer window. The 29-year-old comes to the end of his contract in the summer and clubs can either get him on a cut-price deal next month or wait and sign him on a pre-contract. Taylor joined Charlton on a free transfer from Wimbledon in June 2018 after having played for Scunthorpe United, Sheffield United and Falkirk. He ended up as top scorer in League One last season, scoring 25 goals to lead Charlton to promotion to the Championship with a play-off final win against Sunderland in June.
  16. Been thinking that for a while. Just don't see him a a wide player. Might be ok for a cameo on the shoulder of the last man though. Especially when we play on the counter.
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