Posts tagged ramble
"It couldn't have gone much better": #nffc Forest Ramble Podcast, October 2019

This month’s podcast is brought to you with a nasty cough and the benefit of hindsight: an undefeated (in the league) month sees Forest sitting in second place, including a few hours at the top of the tree.

Rich Ferraro, Steven Toplis and the Maradona of the Midlands heap praise upon Sabri Lamouchi in the wake of his Manager of the Month award, and keep something aside for man of the moment Brice Samba.

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Ben Watson: the Ginger Fernandinho! #nffc Forest Ramble Podcast, September 2019

After an action-packed August, Rich Ferraro is joined by Steven Toplis and the Maradona of the Midlands to discuss the excellent start to Sabri Lamouchi’s tenure and how Ben Watson has become the Fernandinho of the Forest.

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"Is that a French thing?" Forest Ramble Podcast, August 2019

It’s a new season at The City Ground and Rich Ferraro is joined by Steven Toplis, Baz and the Maradona of the Midlands to review the opening day defeat against West Bromwich Albion - the overall feeling seems to be disappointed but not despondent.

Talking points include Aro Mujic, Alfa Semedo and Ben Watson, Rafa Mir’s impressive cameo, and how Sabri Lamouchi responded both during and after the match.

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Forest Ramble Podcast EXTRA: What makes a Forest manager? Part 2: Gary Megson to Aitor Karanka

In the second part of this podcast special, Rich Ferraro, Steven Toplis and the Maradona of the Midlands look back over the 20-something managers to grace the City Ground over the last 25 years. Part 1 covered the years from Frank Clark through to Joe Kinnear; now it is the turn of the last fifteen years’ worth of managers. There have been a lot of them, with the longest serving incumbent being Billy Davies (over two spells); but can you think of a worse place to start than Gary Bloody Megson?

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Forest Ramble Podcast EXTRA: What makes a Forest manager? Part 1: Frank Clark to Joe Kinnear

In this podcast special (recorded before the departure of Martin O’Neill), Rich Ferraro, Steven Toplis and the Maradona of the Midlands look back over the 20-something managers to grace the City Ground over the last 25 years. Starting with Frank Clark, incorporating DaveHarryBassett, David Platt, Paul Hart and Joe Flippin’ Kinnear, your intrepid podcasters explore their methods, demeanour, and most crucially, how successful they were.

Part 2 coming soon…

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