SEPTEMBER 30th, 2014

Last season, this fixture was Forest's fifth game of the league campaign. Forest were top, having won three and drawn one. This game was Forest's first defeat of the season.

Which tells us absolutely nothing. First of all, contrary to mythical interpretation, this was not the start of Forest's decline. Forest went on to lose only three more of the next twenty six games. Secondly, we find it extremely unlikely that Forest will lose this one anyway. And thirdly, we think it's time that Rosler and Whelan and those half dozen drum-thumping fans were shown what Forest can really do.

We'll be there. If we can find it.

(01) 09.08.14 FOREST 2 BLACKPOO0
(02) 16.08.14 BOLN 2 FOREST 2
(03) 19.08.14 BORMUFF 1FOREST 2
(04) 23.08.14 FOREST 4 READING LADIES0
(05) 30.08.14 WENDIES 0 FOREST1
(06) 14.09.14 FOREST 1 SHEEP1
(07) 17.09.14 FOREST 5 COTTAGERS3
(O8) 20.09.14 MEWO 0 FOREST0
(09) 27.09.14 FOREST 0 HOVE0
(10) 30.09.14 WIGGUM v FOREST
(11) 05.10.14 FOREST v DIPSWITCH
(12) 18.10.14 CAERDYDD v FOREST
(13) 21.10.14 WATFOR? v FOREST
(14) 25.10.14 FOREST v BLACKbum

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing.