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Thread: Red Dogs an Alan Hardy's Twitter

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    Red Dogs an Alan Hardy's Twitter

    They're all over the comment threads on anything Alan Hardy says. Some of the condescending stuff they post is so stereotypical of Forest fans. We're forever in their shadow. Their little brother. The bucket thing again of course. If they didn't care about us they wouldn't be dominating the comments.

    You know what? I think they're genuinely worried that we're no longer the badly run mob across the river and that they may (in a year or two) have their local dominance threatened.

    The comments remind why I detest a large proportion their fanbase. Such boorish oafs! Not all of them of course, some of my best friends are proper Reds fans.

    I know it's only a year into the current regime and only the beginning of their latest one but it isn't utterly beyond the realms of possibility that we could meet them in a league Derby just 6 months from now.

    To quote Kevin Keegan, 'And I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwalePie View Post

    I know it's only a year into the current regime and only the beginning of their latest one but it isn't utterly beyond the realms of possibility that we could meet them in a league Derby just 6 months from now.

    To quote Kevin Keegan, 'And I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it.'
    That didn't work out well though did it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old_pie View Post
    That didn't work out well though did it?
    True

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    I think what really hurts them is the realisation that they are a very average second tier side. Their fans still view NFFC as a top flight side and expect promotion each season. 19 years outside the top flight now and despite numerous manager/owner changes they never make any progress.

    Unfortunately we're still way behind them but we're certainly making the gap up. We just really need to take our chance this season and get promoted. Alan Hardy is obviously very ambitious and patronising red dogs is only going to spur him on.
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    Iím guilty of getting involved in a few exchanges with them on Twitter. Some of the stuff posted by them is laughable. The one about Ď we made up a large chunk of your support on Saturday Ď made me howl.
    Couldnít understand the idiot who posted a photo of AH dressed as a sheik comparing him to Fawaz?

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    Letís be honest, if people choose to use social media they should expect trolls, especially if they are in a position of public prominence. It isnít just Forest fans that give AH grief on there, Notts fans have given him grief too.
    I love the fact that some of their fans are genuinely rattled and that Notts look a club on the rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notts78 View Post
    Let’s be honest, if people choose to use social media they should expect trolls, especially if they are in a position of public prominence. It isn’t just Forest fans that give AH grief on there, Notts fans have given him grief too.
    I love the fact that some of their fans are genuinely rattled and that Notts look a club on the rise.
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    It's sometimes great being a certain age, you don't give a s**t....

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    Anyone who would still have us believe their fans 'like to see us do well' needs to take a read of that. AH is getting dog's abuse on his Twitter from them. Maybe it will open his eyes to the reality of the 'special relationship' we have with Forest.

    On the bright side, the vast majority are as thick as ****, far, far more so than the average Notts fan, so at least we can feel superior on that score. And also, they don't even enjoy being in the Championship because they see themselves as a massive club, whereas we would love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
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    Every club in the country have some fans who are frankly idiotic but it seems Forest have more than most certainly in this region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marky View Post
    Every club in the country have some fans who are frankly idiotic but it seems Forest have more than most certainly in this region.
    I cant remember a better than now in the last 3 decades for Notts to become a much bigger club in Nottingham and here's why.

    1. Florist are average average average every year with medicore management and lack of the investment required to make the big time.
    2. Florist fans are running scared.
    3. Notts finally have someone in charge with marketing genius about them.
    4. We have an extremely good manager
    5. We have a very good chance of going up this year and Florist are outside bet for relegation.

    If we can go up and point number 3. can be used to generate generational change we have every chance of stealing a good amount of the local fan base from them lot as Florist are a club in free fall to me. A dwindling fan base no success for ever and ever ( at least Notts managed to cheat their way to some)and probably going to League One at some point in the next 2-3 years. The future is bright!

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    I keep thinking how we missed our chance when we missed out on the play offs a few years ago on GD to Stevenage. We were absolutely flying and would have pretty much beaten anyone at the time. Would have maybe kept the likes of Bogdanovic, Lloyd Sam etc.

    How would we have fared if we had got promoted that year? Could we have made the most of that opportunity under the previous management and regime or are we in a better place now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncfcog View Post
    I keep thinking how we missed our chance when we missed out on the play offs a few years ago on GD to Stevenage. We were absolutely flying and would have pretty much beaten anyone at the time. Would have maybe kept the likes of Bogdanovic, Lloyd Sam etc.

    How would we have fared if we had got promoted that year? Could we have made the most of that opportunity under the previous management and regime or are we in a better place now?
    That's an excellent question ncfcog.... as a unit we are very good this season and that's including the management and chairman, the season we were shunted out on GD we were definitely on a roll so it would have been interesting what would have happened n the playoffs but I look at Yeovil as a cautionary tale of what can happen if things move too fast... powered through 2 divisions and then shot back down and almost dropped into non league... so to answer your question I would say we are in a better place now, that includes player wise and management and chairman wise... AH is under no illusion that success will mean heavy investment so at the moment lets enjoy where we are and dream for the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by irish_pie View Post
    That's an excellent question ncfcog.... as a unit we are very good this season and that's including the management and chairman, the season we were shunted out on GD we were definitely on a roll so it would have been interesting what would have happened n the playoffs but I look at Yeovil as a cautionary tale of what can happen if things move too fast... powered through 2 divisions and then shot back down and almost dropped into non league... so to answer your question I would say we are in a better place now, that includes player wise and management and chairman wise... AH is under no illusion that success will mean heavy investment so at the moment lets enjoy where we are and dream for the future
    I would tend to agree, but as we all know, only time will tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncfcog View Post
    I would tend to agree, but as we all know, only time will tell!

    One for the red dogs slagging our owner off on Twitter.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=clzBVKxafBc

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    Who cares what they think about us ?
    We need to get over this inferiority complex.
    I dislike Forest as much as anybody on here but lets savour our own resurgence instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proudpie View Post
    Who cares what they think about us ?
    We need to get over this inferiority complex.
    I dislike Forest as much as anybody on here but lets savour our own resurgence instead.

    How can we have an inferiority complex over inbreds ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proudpie View Post
    Who cares what they think about us ?
    We need to get over this inferiority complex.
    I dislike Forest as much as anybody on here but lets savour our own resurgence instead.
    Less inferiority complex, more superiority complex on their part. I dream of days we can compete toe to toe with them again, happy in the knowledge losing will be more painful to them than us. Arrogant, patronising bunch of ****s the lot of ‘em, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncfcog View Post
    Less inferiority complex, more superiority complex on their part. I dream of days we can compete toe to toe with them again, happy in the knowledge losing will be more painful to them than us. Arrogant, patronising bunch of ****s the lot of ‘em, sorry.
    It will get worse after tonight!

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