Emily is a big Forest fan as well as a BBC East Midlands presenter.
She also appears on BBC Radio Nottingham.
She told of the time when she was 9-years old, and had an unpleasant dental appointment.
After the treatment her Dad took her to the City Ground to see if they could see any players...
I studied German at school, so my French was limited to Bonjours Ma'mselle, and Je m'appelle David...
With Mrs S No.1, we used to go camping on the west coast of France.
The first time I went to the campsite takeawa, where the "special" that evening was Lapin au moutarde.
Ques ce cette Lapin I...
Yesterday, the Jag was in for service at Jag Tech, down on Little Tennis Street.
I took my camera stuff and decided to have an amble back to Lady Bay Bridge, to get some shots of this iconic structure that was used in the film "A Bridge of Spies" for the spy exchange in East Germany, and then to...
Hang on... if we were total crap, and WHU couldn't beat us (despite being awarded a penalty), then what does it say about them?
And, while they did up the pace at the start of the 2nd half, come 60 minutes we were creating several chances.
I wonder why opposition fans cannot look at a game with...
Isn't it about time that this thread was locked and consigned to the archives as a place of interest for football Historians?
We are Premiership now.
They are an irrelevance.
Let them rest in peace.
Have they paid any of the outstanding tax debt yet?
There seem to me, from my working experience 3 kinds of Scot:
1 Up the East Coast they are morose religious clones who do not know how to have a good time, nor let anyone else have a good timeeither;
2 Up the West Coast they are more relaxed and welcoming, particularly when you get to the...
The sentimental journey the thread starter took us almost made me forget:
1 Everton are another team of the shit scousers;
2 Everton all but ended the career of the incredible Joe Baker, almost amputating his leg at the thigh thanks to Brain Labone (may he rot in hell for that);
3 They are...
Believe me, before he went into management, and was at his peak as a player he was a great competitor.
As you didn't see Alan Ball as a player because of your youth, just watch Lewis O'Brien: Alan Ball reincarnated.
Was I the only one thinking that Antonio has lost something in his quest to be a body-builders Mr Universe?
He looked muscle-bound and seemed to have lost that lightening acceleration and pace.
I remember him at the City Ground, in the Garibaldi, winning a tackl on the left edge of our Bridgford...
Players have always come and gone.
Theidentity is about the style of football the players play, the unique City Ground environment, and most importantly, it is about us - the fans, specially the ones who go home and away in all weathers.
It is about the Academy, and the regular...