09 Jan 2022 18:57:29
We seriously need to be trying to buy or at the very least putting a bid inn for that brenan Johnson from forest he is some player, he's got bags a skill, brave and not fazed by his opponents, torchering Arsenal down the left. And their striker grabbon is a handful aswell, but that young lad Johnson Is a right player.

1.) 09 Jan 2022
09 Jan 2022 22:44:32
Lewis grabbon is touching 40 years of age so possibly a tad to old previous management would have been interested.I thought the R/B was their best player Djed Spence.very pacey and solid defending I'd convert him to a C/DM as he looked decent in possession.what a result Kidderminster got drawing us in the next round a nice little earner and fully deserved.

2.) 09 Jan 2022
09 Jan 2022 23:11:43
Yeah sorry Whorya, I didn’t realise how old that grabbon was, till I did a bit of digging lol, he took the goal well, and I would have to agree with the right back he had a very good game aswell. definitely a couple lads worth looking at in that team. And yeah I would have to agree with you about Kidderminster, they deserve a big pay day, just hope it ain’t a slip up for us.

3.) 10 Jan 2022
10 Jan 2022 09:15:12
I think Kidderminster would be wise to swap the home advantage for obvious financial reasons, their capacity is 6,400, only draw back is the 3 hour journey for the supporters, yes it will be a home advantage, but they may not get that chance again to play in front of a 55,000 plus crowd? Big decision for the club or maybe not?

My son in law is a born and bred Forest man, but lives here in Essex now and he always tells me about the Forest team, he watches them whenever they are live and was elated with the result yesterday, ⚒’s are his second team! They have been rejuvenated under the new Manager Cooper! They have a number of really decent players and Antonio was ex Forest!
Thought their goal was a lovely executed move and Grabban at 35 was pacey to get there and stretch for the winner, albeit he was fresh from the subs bench, all in all a well deserved win for them! More blushes for the Arsenal, shame?⚒⚒⚒

4.) 10 Jan 2022
10 Jan 2022 21:43:11
Loved these quotes from 'Harriers Online'

'Well that was a fun weekend wasn’t it? Now it’s back to the bread and butter of the league and a chance to close the gap on a quickly fading AFC Fylde. We all know what has happened over the past three days but for those of you that have been living on Mars then here’s an update: We only went and beat bloody Reading in the FA Cup and then we only went and drew bloody West Ham at home in the next round didn’t we.

I can’t wait to meet Alf Garnett.

That Reading game showed the world that we shouldn’t be stuck down here in this poxy National North division and so, between tomorrow at home to Farsley Celtic up to when we play Leamington on February 1st, we now have to go out to get as many points on board as we can. The team have to focus on that, and that alone, by putting all thoughts of playing West Ham to one side.'

'Although this game could appear to be an ‘after the Lord Mayors party’ type of thing it would be good to see a few more of those new supporters that came to the Reading game at Aggborough tomorrow evening. I doubt it though and we won’t be seeing them again for another four weeks.'

This stage of the cup, if they make it, is really special for these type of teams and while I get the comment about shifting it which financially would be something that could set them up for the next couple of seasons, can also understand why they may not want to.