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Lambert's Pre-Nottingham Forest Press Conference Live on TWTV at 9am on Friday
Thursday, 29th Nov 2018 16:37

Boss Paul Lambert’s pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's game at Nottingham Forest will be shown live on TWTV from 9am on Friday morning.

The Blues will again be looking for their first win since Lambert took charge at the City Ground, where they were last victorious back in the 1999/00 promotion season.

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Northstandveteran added 17:12 - Nov 29
Come on everyone, look at the positives.

Next year we might get a run in the checkatrade cup,
plus we can go out of the F.A cup in November instead of having to wait until January.

See? Every cloud and all that.....
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dirtydingusmagee added 19:07 - Nov 29
sorry Paul ,you are good manager, total respect. You have taken on huge huge task,Sadly cant see you you saving us from Lge 1 now, wont be your fault.Between now and end of season there will no shortage of ''managers'' on here that will turn on you, but it wont be your fault that we are relegated. Just hope hope you stick with Town.
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dirtydingusmagee added 19:20 - Nov 29
while on this thread everyone, just a step back, ITFC ,HAVE History, were the Pride of East Anglia no question. We are all Blue. NOW since Evans took over look at our record compared with Norwich ,not f#cking good is it?AND they are far more likely to go up again than us staying in championship, and if they fail there, they will parachute payments again, while we we languish in Lge 1 OR LOWER. Not good reading but convince me im wrong !
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Kirbmeister added 19:40 - Nov 29
In my humble opinion there’s absolutely no chance of us staying up. We are a truly desperate football team. And let’s face it no one decent is going to want to sign for us in January knowing they’ll be playing in league one next season. It’ll be damage limitation until the season ends then another massive clear out and a few seasons of recovery.
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hossblue added 19:54 - Nov 29
I wonder if he really knew what a hard job he was taking on?
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dirtydingusmagee added 20:22 - Nov 29
hossblue if he didnt ,he will after last night.Respect to him, there will be some say he just wanted the money , that he was ex Canary and was the wrong man in coming weeks....... thats a load of B#####KS, He has shown already that he a good manager and has nailed his colours to the mast. If the sh#t does hit the fan as is now a probability, just hope he stays on board.
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cat added 20:24 - Nov 29
Last night was a painful defeat, not just the fact that we lost, but the manner of the way we lost it. We looked shaky from the off and uncomfortable on the ball, specially in the defensive third. Barts made 12 starts and made 12 mistakes (in my book) kind of gone from the ‘big pole in the goal’ to the ‘big pole with a hole’! maybe a new keeper might be necesssary come January.
There’s still hope with plenty of games to go, I’m not giving in, try and keep the faith cause “your club needs ya” 👌
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aas1010 added 23:57 - Nov 29
Come on you lot back the blues all way.. keep faith I’m lambert ! Hel keep us up . Come you lot !! Chins up,and town will stay up !!! Coyb
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TonyHumesIpswich added 00:02 - Nov 30
It was a bad loss and our attitude when they were 3-2 up was painful to watch. Seems when we go behind we are accepting of defeat. Fighting spirit needed and urgently. Should be forcing great saves from their keeper and working their team really hard, not just sitting back and letting them win.And I don't want to name the player but one of our midfielders was woeful, really awful.
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