UK time is: 22:41:06
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

The Future for Vital Forest

Dear Vital users,

There are lots of plans and ideas that are taking shape at the moment with regards expanding Vital Forest.

After last night, certain forum regulars were put in charge of different areas of Vital's future.

If you would like to get involved in any of the areas then get in contact with one of the administrator's.


Hopefully for the end of September there will be a Vital Forest Fanzine in production which will be handed out at games to be sponsered by a local bar.

I will be coordinating the Fanzine, and welcome any offers of correspondance in partcular areas.


There will be a new weekly column to be co ordinated by Powelly which will contain a look at the week from various administrator's including myself, Chairbear, Guinless, Vertigo, Inside and Major. With a summary from Powelly.


Vital Forest will be commisioning some T shirts hopefully sponsered by another local bar, and these will be a huge tool for advertising but also a wonderful fashion statement. If you have any ideas regarding design or manufacture, please get in contact.


Inside and Major helped by myself and Guinless if they need it will be coordinating Interviews and hope to get in contact with the likes of Nick Marshall and Mark Arthur on a regular basis, so any questions to administrators please. Vital is the fans vehicle.


Mr Guinless will be taking on the role of match report co ordinator in the coming season, which should mean that there will always be at least one match report, and we would welcome you to make any offerings you can, particularly if you can offer a different light on things.


We would like to welcome anyone to get involved, and I have already made steps in trying to find correspondant's for the reserves and or academy.

Please get involved!


Yours,

Psycho




Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 16 2006

Time: 12:04PM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Nottingham Forest Articles

Who let the Doug Out? (Sunday February 1 2015)

Pearce Leaves Nottingham Forest (Sunday February 1 2015)

Pearce's Final Verdict (Sunday February 1 2015)

Another City GroundHOG Day! (Saturday January 31 2015)

Stats: Nottingham Forest v Millwall (Saturday January 31 2015)

Forest v Millwall - Match Preview (Friday January 30 2015)

Contract Talks Open With de Vries (Thursday January 29 2015)

Fryatt Set For Millwall Return? (Thursday January 29 2015)

Archived Nottingham Forest Articles

List All Vital Forest Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

1. Jimmy Gordon 70
2. orbitalforest 66
3. PVH 52
4. Brettwilliamslipcap 49
5. Pope John XXIII 35
6. toms 34
7. da fuq 30
8. the jock 25
9. Hardy Forest 22
10. Ibrahim Bakayoko 18

League Results (view all)

Latest Results
Forest 0 - 1 Millwall
Fulham 3 - 2 Forest
Derby County 1 - 2 Forest
Forest 0 - 2 Sheff Wed
Forest 1 - 3 Birmingham
Middlesbrough 3 - 0 Forest

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
9. Blackburn 28 10 9 9 0 39
10. Sheff Wed 28 9 11 8 -4 38
11. Birmingham 28 9 10 9 -8 37
12. Forest 28 8 10 10 -3 34
13. Cardiff 27 9 7 11 -5 34
14. Fulham 28 10 4 14 -8 34
15. Reading 28 9 7 12 -9 34

Breaking League News

Rodolph Austin On His Way To The Latics
Wigan : 01/02/2015 22:21:00
LUFC Austin set to leave Leeds?
Leeds Utd : 01/02/2015 21:35:00
Who let the Doug Out?
Forest : 01/02/2015 21:34:00
Dougie Freedman Appointed As New Manager
Forest : 01/02/2015 21:22:00
Pearce Leaves Nottingham Forest
Forest : 01/02/2015 21:17:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Forest v Millwall
Suggested By:  
Forest win 45%
Millwall win 33%
Draw 22%