Steve Cooper

the_dormouse

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Seems really lucky as far as penalties are concerned remember against Swansea we had 2 stonewallers turned down and they got a few dodgy decisions.Then yesterday Huddersfield had at least one if not 2 good appeals turned down.
 

Erimus74

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Seems really lucky as far as penalties are concerned remember against Swansea we had 2 stonewallers turned down and they got a few dodgy decisions.Then yesterday Huddersfield had at least one if not 2 good appeals turned down.
Penalties even themselves out, he's a top drawer manager & the best Championship manager by far, now deservadly, a PL manager
 

the_dormouse

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I'm not saying he isn't a good manager because his record speaks for itself and Forest are a good side who probably deserved to go up.I'm just saying everyone needs the rub of the green and it helps to get the odd decision go your way.
 

Rofesleg

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Penalties even themselves out, he's a top drawer manager & the best Championship manager by far, now deservadly, a PL manager
I'm not so sure about that statement. He's done really well, but what I would say is that he inherited a massively underperforming squad who were one of the pre-season favourites for top 6.

As well as he has done, to me it is not as impressive as the Huddersfield or Luton managers who were amongst the favourites to be relegated.
 

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Lottowyn

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Cooper was lucky, that’s against Huddersfield and against Boro.
However, I have a feeling that his luck may run out at Man City and Liverpool in the 22/23 season.
He is an exceptional motivator though.
 

Cosmonaut

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Must say that penna shout/s for Huddersfield yesterday left me convinced Cooper has some sort of influence/favouritism going on when it comes to pressure on referees to make big calls in games

When he was up against us previously in recent times, I hadn't known much about the guy beforehand, but I put it down to fans' bitterness/nonsense that he had a hold on refs in games :ROFLMAO: ... all that aside, the guy is clearly top-class

The job he has done at Forest is nowt short of brilliant, the fact we lost Spence to them and they were clearly superior hence their promotion does leave one feeling irked, but what can yer say .. I am sure no one would complain had he been in charge of us :ROFLMAO:

... ever since the Wilder/Burnley chew on, things just seemed to go downhill fast for us, before that we were in the mix .. the signs were already there that we were sliding out of form and all that sh1te, it was an unfortunate coincidence. All of a sudden, it seemed Cooper's Forest side we a million miles from us.

Ever since I just don't feel convinced CW heart is in it enough to do the job required or what Boro fans are expecting of us next season but dearly hope I am wrong. I was buzzing we'd appointed him and thought the likes of him were out of our reach, progress finally being made behind the scenes, the lot ... now I just get this bad feeling.

The lines CW has come out with since about being committed to the challenge and finishing the job he was brought here for, obviously anyone would eventually have to come out and say so after such a situation ..

Sadly, I still sense a lack of sincerity, I am not sure what I would want him to say or what he's supposed to do. It's just I don't feel his heart is in it, though he makes out it is obviously. Things could go South very fast if we start next season badly as a result.

Should that happen and Forest are rock-bottom in the PL at the same time, I'd be more than happy to welcome Steve Cooper here. :ROFLMAO:
 

Erimus74

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Let’s be honest, the penalty decisions against Huddersfield yesterday in a very important match were nothing short of shocking.

Both stonewallers.

Money corrupts I’m afraid and we see evidence of it all around us.
Which points to VAR, the worst thing to come into football

Didnt see the game, so going off comments on here & apparently VAR was used & if after using VAR & still no penalty given, then what is the point of it
 

r00fie1

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VAR is a joke.
It clearly let Huddersfield down badly.
As for Steve Cooper - hes done well at Forest, but the bloke at Huddersfield has done equally well.
Huddersfield arent "fashionable" - but they`l be a force to be reckoned with next season.
Once the love-in has died down, Forest will get battered everywhere they go.(y)

Tellingly, Steve Cooper`s comments at the "celebrations" in Nottingham Market Square yesterday:


“But you never know in football, you never know what’s going to happen. We’ll thank Jon Moss today - what a ******* guy! We love VAR! Up the Tricky Trees!”

Steve Cook has fans in raptures with VAR comment at Nottingham Forest celebration

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* Bring on Man Citeh, Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Villa, et al.......Tricky Steve will need more than a specky ref and a camera to win games in the Prem:love:
 

sherlock1969

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VAR is a joke.
It clearly let Huddersfield down badly.
As for Steve Cooper - hes done well at Forest, but the bloke at Huddersfield has done equally well.
Huddersfield arent "fashionable" - but they`l be a force to be reckoned with next season.
Once the love-in has died down, Forest will get battered everywhere they go.(y)

Tellingly, Steve Cooper`s comments at the "celebrations" in Nottingham Market Square yesterday:


“But you never know in football, you never know what’s going to happen. We’ll thank Jon Moss today - what a ******* guy! We love VAR! Up the Tricky Trees!”

Steve Cook has fans in raptures with VAR comment at Nottingham Forest celebration

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* Bring on Man Citeh, Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Villa, et al.......Tricky Steve will need more than a specky ref and a camera to win games in the Prem:love:
What a self proclaimed ‘classy’ guy….
 
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