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      The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread

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      Re: The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread
      Reply #299: May 17, 2022 10:41:38 pm
      my theory of goalkeepers not moving and saving two penalties bourn out. Lovely to see the celebrations didnt realise it is 23 years out of the top league. I also love the pitch invasion just human beings showing true emotions and joy.
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      Reply #300: May 17, 2022 11:28:08 pm
      Hoping to see Nottingham Forest promoted. Reminds me of when I first started watching and reading  about English Football. Teams like Forest, Leeds and Newcastle were massive clubs.
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      Re: The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread
      Reply #301: May 18, 2022 07:30:50 pm
      Seen the last bit of extra time then the pens, absolutely love them, must be something from Rome 84 sticking in my mind as a kid. That Samba in goal for Forest played a blinder during them.

      my theory of goalkeepers not moving and saving two penalties bourn out. Lovely to see the celebrations didnt realise it is 23 years out of the top league. I also love the pitch invasion just human beings showing true emotions and joy.

      Still horrible scab tw*ts as illustrated by that tw*t who attacked Billy Sharp. Glad to hear the c**t has been arrested today.
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      Reply #302: May 18, 2022 09:49:37 pm
      Would love to see Huddersfield back in the league. Obviously we've got our links with Shankly but they're just an all round lovely club with a vintage history and proud place in English football. Corberan has done a stellar job there.
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      Re: The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread
      Reply #303: May 29, 2022 06:48:57 pm
      Forest promoted to the PL.

      They left a good impression when we faced them in the cup, so I'm curious to see how they'll fare next season. It could also be a good opportunity for us to loan them a couple youngsters.
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      Re: The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread
      Reply #304: May 30, 2022 09:04:49 am
      Steve Cooper has performed a minor miracle with Forest since joining them. 1 place above relegation to League 1 when he took over from Chris Hughton and takes them up the league into the playoffs and back to the prem.

      Congratulations to him.
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      Re: The Championship, Div 1 & 2 Thread
      Reply #305: Jun 24, 2022 08:36:44 pm
      Wayne Rooney has told troubled Derby County that he wishes to be "relieved of his duties as first-team manager" with immediate effect.

      The 36-year-old's contract with the club had another year to run.

      The Rams have been in administration since September last year and were relegated to League One last season.

      "I feel the club now needs to be led by someone with fresh energy and not affected by events that have happened over the last 18 months," he said.

      The former Everton, Manchester United and England forward said he had been "closely following developments" regarding the ownership of the club and informed joint administrators Quantuma of his decision at a meeting on Friday when they tried "tremendously hard" to change his mind.

      "My time at the club has been a rollercoaster of emotions, both highs and lows, but I have to say that I have enjoyed the challenge," Rooney added.

      "I will remember my time at Derby with great pride and affection and would like to thank all my staff, players and of course the fans for their incredible support. I will never forget you and hope to see you all again in the near future and in happier times.

      "Finally, I am aware that the club still have interested parties who wish to take over the running of the club. To them I say this, Derby County is a great club with a great history and great fans. I wish you all the best and much success for the future."

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/61932150

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