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Nicky To 'Shore Up' Forest Defence

Nicky To 'Shore Up' Forest Defence

Nicky Shorey has been signed by Forest manager, Billy Davies on a month long loan.

The left back, who is currently out of side due to the form of new signing Stephen Warnock is set to link up with the Forest team on Thursday.

Nottingham Forest have had a decent start to the season, currently lying ninth in the Championship table.

By the way, I apologise for the punny title, must be knocking around with The Fear too much!!



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Writer:Dan Jones
Date:Tuesday November 24 2009
Time: 2:51PM

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I reckon we may see Bouma on the bench v Spurs then!
young_jonah
24/11/2009 15:01:00
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I reckon we may see Bouma on the bench v Spurs then!
young_jonah
24/11/2009 15:01:00
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interesting thought YJ. Maybe. Then again, the last news on Wilf was that he'd hurt his toe which had set up back. Seems a strange one with Shorey, never really got that much of a run, even when first signed?
The Fear
24/11/2009 16:11:00
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interesting thought YJ. Maybe. Then again, the last news on Wilf was that he'd hurt his toe which had set up back. Seems a strange one with Shorey, never really got that much of a run, even when first signed?
The Fear
24/11/2009 16:11:00
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"currently out of side due to the form of new signing Stephen Warnock". LOL, what about the form of the other 5 that played there instead of him before we bought Warnock??
Villan444
24/11/2009 16:35:00
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"currently out of side due to the form of new signing Stephen Warnock". LOL, what about the form of the other 5 that played there instead of him before we bought Warnock??
Villan444
24/11/2009 16:35:00
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I thought Shorey was playing pretty well at the time he was left out. I think he is very good cover, but warnock is top drawer. Wewill have to wait and see whether Bouma will recover to be the player he was.
krfeskivilla
24/11/2009 16:47:00
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I thought Shorey was playing pretty well at the time he was left out. I think he is very good cover, but warnock is top drawer. Wewill have to wait and see whether Bouma will recover to be the player he was.
krfeskivilla
24/11/2009 16:47:00
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Good for Shorey,, it might bring his value up... but i have to admit i was always a fan of shorey and was a bit dissapointed that he didnt play most of last season,, but with Warnock and Bouma it just means Shorey had to rely on luck to play. He was only really bought for cover over Bouma but a bit of a shame on my point of view
__villa__
24/11/2009 17:27:00
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Good for Shorey,, it might bring his value up... but i have to admit i was always a fan of shorey and was a bit dissapointed that he didnt play most of last season,, but with Warnock and Bouma it just means Shorey had to rely on luck to play. He was only really bought for cover over Bouma but a bit of a shame on my point of view
__villa__
24/11/2009 17:27:00
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