Poetry Corner

Post-Match Poem: Forest 3 Cardiff 1

by , October 20, 2012
It’s normally a pity to see Leicester City sitting at the league table’s top. But today I just don’t care because Forest put them there by bringing Cardiff’s run to a stop [...]

Post-Match Poem: Forest v Blackburn

by , October 3, 2012
A derby day poem I could not write the score was too painful, the game too shite, the referee so bafflingly bad, and Forest’s form so startlingly sad [...]

Post-Match Poem: A Tale of Two Comebacks

by , September 18, 2012
Birmingham came to disrupt Forest’s game, the passing style that has won us acclaim, and succeeded in frustrating the Reds deservedly going two goals ahead. Just when it seemed that all hope was lost McGugan played a long ball up to Cox and, though it looked impossible to control, with just two touches it was in the goal [...]

Post-Match Poem: Huddersfield v Forest

by , August 22, 2012
‘What’s in a name?’ Shakespeare once wrote and Huddersfield Town clearly took note re-branding their stadium every few years and thus reducing me nearly to tears [...]

Post-Match Poem: Forest v Bristol

by , August 18, 2012
Never mind the bollocks, here’s Sean O’Driscoll! He’s our very own footballing Sex Pistol and if there were doubt, it’s now clear as crystal: he’s as good as Cotterill was abysmal [...]