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Forest Welcome Home Andrew Cole

Forest Welcome Home Andrew Cole

Andrew Cole has today come back to his hometown club and becomes the 4th impressive summer signing for Colin Calderwood and Nottingham Forest.

Andrew (you mustn't call him Andy) Cole has joined on a free transfer on a 12 month contract, after being released by Sunderland at the end of the season.

The former Arsenal, Newcastle Utd and Man Utd hitman may be 36 years old, but he was still banging in the goals last season, even on loan at Burnley where he bagged 8 in 13 appearances.

His goalscoring ability stands up to the closest of scrutiny, as he is the second highest all time scorer in the Premiership with 187 Premier League goals. He also made 15 appearances for England.

He'll be a welcome addition to the Forest ranks and will hopefully carry on his goalscoring exploits with the Reds'. Welcome home Andrew.



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Writer:guinless
Date:Friday July 4 2008
Time: 4:55PM

Comments

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Welcome to our wonderful club Andrew, may you prosper here as you have evrywhere else you have played.
Old Big 'Ed
04/07/2008 20:40:00
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Welcome home young man. 25 goals please.
God Almighty
04/07/2008 21:07:00
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a good player , all the best
Kimbo
05/07/2008 14:51:00
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With him and Earnshaw upfront I am sure you will be expecting plenty of goals.
dazza71
06/07/2008 17:09:00
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great signing for you, will score a hat full.
wimp2k7
09/07/2008 09:05:00
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