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    A right pair......

    Mel and Fawaz, both are fruit cake owners of football clubs who don't know what they are doing, Fawaz is moaning and throwing his toys out of the pram about the 100Million that HE has spent and the club is in a worse position than when he took over, your fault Fawaz and nobody else's matey,
    Mel seems to be sticking his nose into team affairs and f*****g it up just like Fawaz did since his arrival,
    When will these owner learn to let Managers and his staff run a football club without interferring?,
    Even though Mel is sticking his nose in Derby are still in a better place than what we are at the moment,
    Our future is uncertain, rumours have it that our Manager will soon walk as the Greek's look likely to fail the fit and proper persons test,
    Pearson is now left Derby and Chris Powell is looking likely to take over as boss, he couldn't cut it at Charlton so the chances of him doing well at Derby are slim,
    but we're still ahead of them in the League even though we ain't we ain't played for 6 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by es***red52 View Post
    Mel and Fawaz, both are fruit cake owners of football clubs who don't know what they are doing, Fawaz is moaning and throwing his toys out of the pram about the 100Million that HE has spent and the club is in a worse position than when he took over, your fault Fawaz and nobody else's matey,
    Mel seems to be sticking his nose into team affairs and f*****g it up just like Fawaz did since his arrival,
    When will these owner learn to let Managers and his staff run a football club without interferring?,
    Even though Mel is sticking his nose in Derby are still in a better place than what we are at the moment,
    Our future is uncertain, rumours have it that our Manager will soon walk as the Greek's look likely to fail the fit and proper persons test,
    Pearson is now left Derby and Chris Powell is looking likely to take over as boss, he couldn't cut it at Charlton so the chances of him doing well at Derby are slim,
    but we're still ahead of them in the League even though we ain't we ain't played for 6 weeks
    There Isn`t any fit and proper test for the Greeks. They withdrew their interest once Fuzzy decided he wanted to keep 20% and stay on as a paid chairman. Final straw also being the sale of Burke.

    Perira was one of their people hence his resignation. PM next and I`m reliably informed that Zola has already been seen about replacing him.

    Fawaz is a cancer on the club.

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    Es*** I can't disagree with you on this one both chairman have made the same mistakes They listen to much to what the fans say and want Fawaz brought the dwarf back because fans wanredhim Then did the same with god Psycho Mel listens to fans who demand we play in a certain way total bokluxs I see a relegation scrap for both teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by CastustheRed View Post
    There Isn`t any fit and proper test for the Greeks. They withdrew their interest once Fuzzy decided he wanted to keep 20% and stay on as a paid chairman. Final straw also being the sale of Burke.

    Perira was one of their people hence his resignation. PM next and I`m reliably informed that Zola has already been seen about replacing him.

    Fawaz is a cancer on the club.
    Zola! Good God, I keep reading about this Red Bull approach, not sure what to make of that to be honest, I'm sure if Red Bull were really interested then they would of kept badgering Fawaz to sell but their attempt seemed weak, not sure if it's true to be honest.

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    So the Greeks withdrew there offer after fawaz wanted 20%?what a load of rubbish that is.that would of been the first thing on the agenda before any of his people came into the club so don't talk rubbish.it defo had nothing to do with the investigation into his alleged match fixing did it?the red bull thing just sounds like someone on ***** made it up to make things look worse for fawaz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polish_ForestMad View Post
    So the Greeks withdrew there offer after fawaz wanted 20%?what a load of rubbish that is.that would of been the first thing on the agenda before any of his people came into the club so don't talk rubbish.it defo had nothing to do with the investigation into his alleged match fixing did it?the red bull thing just sounds like someone on ***** made it up to make things look worse for fawaz.
    I've heard that the Greeks withdrew when Fawaz demanded cash for the upkeep of Forest even before they owned the board. No wonder they walked away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBasie View Post
    I've heard that the Greeks withdrew when Fawaz demanded cash for the upkeep of Forest even before they owned the board. No wonder they walked away.
    Well according to Fawaz last night it looks like an American buyer is close to taking over your club, which if true must be good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i961pie View Post
    Well according to Fawaz last night it looks like an American buyer is close to taking over your club, which if true must be good for you.
    And if it isn't them there are other buyers waiting in the wings. It's nice to know that we are wanted.

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    Oh how quickly have the memories of past horrors forgotten.
    Those of us who followed tgis club through the ages know full well the kind of owners we had. Even in those halcyon days of Clough and Taylor.
    Whatever is said of Fawaz. And yes his mistakes have been numerous.
    But hand on heart is the club in a better or worse place when he first arrived?
    In the ranks of dubious owners and self serving ones, Fawaz is none of those.
    Dumb he maybe, but even the same could be said of Doughty.

    So don't diss the man who poured 100 million quid when nobody wanted to touch us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Oh how quickly have the memories of past horrors forgotten.
    Those of us who followed tgis club through the ages know full well the kind of owners we had. Even in those halcyon days of Clough and Taylor.
    Whatever is said of Fawaz. And yes his mistakes have been numerous.
    But hand on heart is the club in a better or worse place when he first arrived?
    In the ranks of dubious owners and self serving ones, Fawaz is none of those.
    Dumb he maybe, but even the same could be said of Doughty.

    So don't diss the man who poured 100 million quid when nobody wanted to touch us.
    In the halcyon days of Clough and Taylor the club was run by a committee with rotating chairmen, and we were the only club in the league with that arrangement. Brian Clough quite liked it that way and only when the club was floated temporarily on The Stock Exchange did we stop winning anything. The man who brought Brian Clough to the club was not a big suit with bags of money, just someone who ran a Post Office.

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