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Dobie's Off To Carlisle

Despite the current striker shortage at the club, it's probably not too harsh to say that Scott Dobie still wouldn't get in the side. His Forest career has been blighted by injury and has never really taken off.

Those of us that have criticised Dobie during his time here, should perhaps realise that he did fantastically well to ever get back on a football pitch after his back injury. Many people said he would never play again. Some would say he never did. That said, prior to his move to the City Ground he was a proven goalscorer.

The Cumbrians have even agreed to pay us a fee, albeit a nominal one. All this though is subject to him passing a medical, so it's fingers crossed. The move will surely be the best thing for the player and Forest alike and hopefully we will put in a clause that says he can't play against us in the game next month.




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Date:Wednesday January 23 2008

Time: 1:05PM

Your Comments

Scott - Good luck!!! You gave me hope in the play-off semi - but, otherwise Forest have not seen your best - no doubt we will when you play against us!
Our Kids Dad
oh boy how can you not even give him a chance then on the other hand be looking for a striker is he that bad i think not
ozanne park rangers
JK - What you going to do now you won't be able to see him score anymore!!!
herringthorpe
Is he that bad - 4 goals in 50 appearances?? Like a lot of strikers that come to Forest, he couldn't hit a cow's ar5e with a banjo!
Our Kids Dad
 

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