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Discussion in 'Premier League' started by Daz_Blade, May 13, 2019.
We're the Red n Blue Army
Maybe not compared to your team, but I hope if/when they're old enough
you sit them down and explain to them about Forest's great heritage...
(must be one of the oldest clubs in the League) and especially tell them
about the Clough era. They have a lot to be proud about.
I’m sure my hubby will do that, he likes to go on about his beloved Forest (too much ha) .. but I just mean if Forest get to the PL it’s not exactly the same experience as it would’ve been in the past. Which is a shame.
Same with my other half's team. When Swansea got to the old first division, everyone was saying to him how amazing it was and even more so than when they got to the Prem. For a start, they worked their way up from Division 4 to 1 in like 5 seasons, when they got to the Premier League, it was not done as quickly.
Back in 1982 he was only a kid in a pram, I was not even born!.
That's all they have though, history and memories
Wilder will " go for it". The more dosh we bank the better our future prospects. If ( when) we get relegated hope the board stay with Wilder. I'm getting a bit ahead of myself.
Which is exactly the point of winning something, isn't it? That you remember it for the rest of your life, that you'll always find a reason to mention it and you always get a unique feeling thinking about it. Winning something is far more than something in the moment, something you cherish when it happens then let it go. So to say that "all Forest have is history and memories" is a bit moot, since that's in my humble opinion the point of winning something. The memories you take with you.
This is not to say they wouldn't want to win more and win now, of course. It's just that pointing out that something was quite long ago and likely won't be repeated is a bit like well, yeah. That's why it's so bloody cherished in Nottingham, isn't it.
Should have thought all that was elementary, but obviously not.
Sheff United - won the First Division 1898 and the FA Cup 1925... history,
I think we will too, particularly against the non 'big 6'. As for Wilder... it all depends on the ownership I guess.
And yet it’s much more than what you have
Press conference at 4.30
I'll have you know that we were quite the force between 1896-1901.
Pints, Packet, Potter.
Roll on 19/20.
Although I guess it’s karma - we sacked Guidolin on just birthday, Potter left us on his birthday.