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Rogers leaves Reds..

Alan Rogers has finally left Nottingham Forest.

The former Leicester man has allegedly been one of the trouble makers at Nottingham Forest and presumably fans and team mates will be happy to see the back of him. In a league where teamwork and work ethic are particularly important, Forest cannot afford to be picking someone who could be detrimental to the team.

Rogers had been on loan at Hull last season, and had made a good impression with ex manager Peter Taylor and the Hull fans, but with Taylor's departure to Crystal Palace, Rogers' transfer was in jeopardy.

Possibly the final nail in the coffin regarding Rogers' transfer was the movement of former Forest caretaker manager Frank Barlow to Hull.

It was Rogers' second spell at Forest and having originally been a hit with the supporters, but was frozen out under Gary Megson in his second spell.




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Date:Thursday June 29 2006

Time: 3:48PM

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lol finally, something good has come out of barlow going to hull
wallis
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29/06/2006 15:53:00

Where will he go now tho?he was on big money and i cant see any championship clubs or even any clubs getin him.Go sign on!
matty17x
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29/06/2006 18:07:00

i hope you're not telling me to sign on lol but he's gone to hull i think...
wallis
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29/06/2006 20:07:00

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bradford bantam
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28/07/2006 15:06:00

rogers has signed for bradford
bradford bantam
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28/07/2006 15:11:00

He is playing against man city tomorrow,i understand he is a good player but a trouble causer in the dressing room !
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28/07/2006 15:12:00

 

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