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League One Guide - Nottingham Forest

Probably the buy of the summer in League One, Ex Crewe star Neil Lennon has joined Nottingham Forest. It will be nice to see him again even if it is in opposition colours. We are due to visit the City Ground on November 24th.

They have also added Matt Lockwood of Leyton Orient, Chris Cohen and Arron Davies from Yeovil plus former Notts County player Kelvin Wilson who has joined the club from Preston North End.

After losing out in the play-offs against Yeovil they will be looking to gain automatic promotion this time round. They have added plenty of experience to their squad and will start the season as the hot favourites to win the league.


Players In - Neil Lennon, Matt Lockwood, Chris Cohen, Arron Davies and Kelvin Wilson

Players Out - Spencer Weir-Daley, Gary Holt, Jack Lester, Rune Pedersen, Nicky Eaden, Kevin James, Robert Hughes, Vincent Fernandez, John Thompson and Paddy Gamble

2006/07 Head to Head
Crewe 1-4 Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest 0-0 Crewe

League Position Last Season - 4th
Player to watch - Neil Lennon
Odds 2007/08 - 5/1 fav (Bet 365)

Crewe Vital Prediction - 1st




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The Journalist

Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 7 2007

Time: 2:31PM

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they will be tough to beat next season. Have you done one for Swansea yet?
Burdett
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07/08/2007 16:30:00

alphabetical order, be on wed or thurs...but i can tell you got you down for 4th...good luck to you this season. should be a great season. like you we lost our best striker but as always remain confident ahead of the new season. Forest are the team to beat, whether they will bottle it remains to be seen. with lennon in the middle they should have the experience this time round to make it back to the championship.
mowen23
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07/08/2007 17:01:00

4th??. we are going to get automatic promotion this season, whether it's forest or us as champs remains to be seen though. can't see anybody else up there unless they are a real surprise package. good luck to you anyway. p.s. don't you like how we ripped off bristol city?
Burdett
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07/08/2007 17:05:00

yeah similar as we did to charlton 2.5m for varney!
mowen23
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07/08/2007 17:19:00

But I'd pay triple that to have Varney back at the moment!
Dink.
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07/08/2007 17:36:00

 

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