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The official awful Forwards thread.

Magpie4eva

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Papa

Thank you for reading.
tomas radzinski. used to be that the only thing hes good for was his pace....now hes slowing down...
 

dorval

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By order of appearance, Azar Karadas, the norwegian fisherman, and Marcel, the homossexual who thinks he's Ronaldo.
 

Tigermen

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arca33 said:
Kev Kyle is no where near the worst stricker we have had are you forgeting the little no foot wonder that was 'MILTON TYSON NUNEZ' with a name like that you would think he would be good, he kept falling over his own feet. rubbish

I'm afraid I never had the pleasure mate.
 

Papa Lazarou

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qwerty12 said:
Forlan at United. Nuff said.


That was at one club, and even then he scored some important goals. Anyways he's a quality striker overall. Top scorer with Henry a couple of seasons ago
 

Definitely Maybe

Danny Collins for Brazil
Tigermen said:
I'm afraid I never had the pleasure mate.

I'll tell you the story then.. its one of my faves.. :rolleyes:

Its April 2000. Our first season back in the Prem, where we were riding high and chasing a place in Europe. On the final day of the transfer window, Peter Reid spends £1.7m on an unknown forward from Hondourez called Milton Nunez. In the press conference where he was unveiled, Reid revealed his nickname was Tyson, as he was built like Mike Tyson, causing much excitement on Wearside.

The next day, we play Wimbledon at home, and Nunez is paraded around the pitch before kick off. One thing stands out... hes not actually built like Tyson at all, hes actually only 5'4ft. ;)

Midway through the second half, Nunez is brought on to a standing ovation. After touching the ball precisely.... once, Nunez is never seen again, and is eventually released the next season. A few months later, it turns out that reid signed the wrong player, and Nunez came from the Hondourez 3rd division, for a club the equivilent of Darlington. We tried to sue his agent, but the courts laughed in our face.

And people say Reid is a good manager :laugh:



As for as worst forward goes take your pick:

Chris Brown
Andy Gray
Paul Stewart
Lee Howey
Tore Andre Flo (obviously not the worst, but in terms of performances to transfer fee hes top)

Kevin Kyle is a difficult one. Before he got injured he was starting to look half decent - his touch looked great for a big man, strong, good in the air, had a massive presence.... but since hes came back hes looked like the Kyle of old - i.e, awful. Cant really be judged until hes fit though, he had been out for 18 months before that.
 

adams9802

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Stella Artois said:
How can you be so anti-Adebayor, adams? Let's face it, he's scored almost half of what Crouch has and has played a lot less. Give him time to settle in.
I just don't like the way he plays. I know hes young, may go and prove me wrong and be an absolute legend. I just don't like him.
 

Definitely Maybe

Danny Collins for Brazil
latinomig23 said:
Didn't you guys have Laslands too?

Fuck off, I forgot about him. :no:

To be fair, when he was signed, Reid promised to change our style to the continental game and pass it to his feet, yet we just lumped it to his head. When he confronted Reid about it in training, Reid just said "Fuck off Frenchy, we invented the game and we'll play it how we like"

I absolutely despise Peter Reid
 

Tigermen

Registered User
Definitely Maybe said:
I'll tell you the story then.. its one of my faves.. :rolleyes:

Its April 2000. Our first season back in the Prem, where we were riding high and chasing a place in Europe. On the final day of the transfer window, Peter Reid spends £1.7m on an unknown forward from Hondourez called Milton Nunez. In the press conference where he was unveiled, Reid revealed his nickname was Tyson, as he was built like Mike Tyson, causing much excitement on Wearside.

The next day, we play Wimbledon at home, and Nunez is paraded around the pitch before kick off. One thing stands out... hes not actually built like Tyson at all, hes actually only 5'4ft. ;)

Midway through the second half, Nunez is brought on to a standing ovation. After touching the ball precisely.... once, Nunez is never seen again, and is eventually released the next season. A few months later, it turns out that reid signed the wrong player, and Nunez came from the Hondourez 3rd division, for a club the equivilent of Darlington. We tried to sue his agent, but the courts laughed in our face.
Oh lord, I had a rough idea of the story, never knew it was quite that pathetic though. Reidy what were you thinking!? Even I've never done anything that stupid on FM :tongue:
 

Disco Pants

Too Busy Working to Post
Definitely Maybe said:
I'll tell you the story then.. its one of my faves.. :rolleyes:

Its April 2000. Our first season back in the Prem, where we were riding high and chasing a place in Europe. On the final day of the transfer window, Peter Reid spends £1.7m on an unknown forward from Hondourez called Milton Nunez. In the press conference where he was unveiled, Reid revealed his nickname was Tyson, as he was built like Mike Tyson, causing much excitement on Wearside.

The next day, we play Wimbledon at home, and Nunez is paraded around the pitch before kick off. One thing stands out... hes not actually built like Tyson at all, hes actually only 5'4ft. ;)

Midway through the second half, Nunez is brought on to a standing ovation. After touching the ball precisely.... once, Nunez is never seen again, and is eventually released the next season. A few months later, it turns out that reid signed the wrong player, and Nunez came from the Hondourez 3rd division, for a club the equivilent of Darlington. We tried to sue his agent, but the courts laughed in our face.

And people say Reid is a good manager :laugh:



As for as worst forward goes take your pick:

Chris Brown
Andy Gray
Paul Stewart
Lee Howey
Tore Andre Flo (obviously not the worst, but in terms of performances to transfer fee hes top)

Kevin Kyle is a difficult one. Before he got injured he was starting to look half decent - his touch looked great for a big man, strong, good in the air, had a massive presence.... but since hes came back hes looked like the Kyle of old - i.e, awful. Cant really be judged until hes fit though, he had been out for 18 months before that.


Its scary to think that if things were done differently when we were up there what we might be now. Anyway I am sure Leeds fans are thinking the very same.
 

Dave!

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Jonathan Stead was shocking this season, only 1 goal in about 40 games didnt score many last season either.
 

Disco Pants

Too Busy Working to Post
leeds no.1 fan said:
Jonathan Stead was shocking this season, only 1 goal in about 40 games didnt score many last season either.



His confidence was at an all time low so why did we buy him to keep us in the Premiership? 1st division football might give him a boost.
 
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