Ok folks, the worst happened and we’re consigned to another season in the Championship. I don’t know about everyone else, but I can’t wait to move on. Hence this thread.
At the time of posting Sabri is still the manager and next season is due to to start either the end of August or beginning of September. The transfer window opens on July 27th for 10 weeks. There was plenty of speculation during the lockdown regarding possible targets and there may also be some outgoing.
Hopefully, we’ll also see a start on the ground improvements, although I understand season cards had been sold for the Peter Taylor Stand.
It's so simple to be wise. Just think of something stupid to say and then don't say it.
I wasn't angry over last night. Just totally gutted!!! Never thought I'd ever see a day worse than Yeovil....... BUT last night was THAT BAD. Right now, football for me can go & get stuffed, I'm not even bothered who wins the friggin play offs. We are where we are, once September comes, we go again hopefully with Sabri in charge. Honestly who amongst us all thought we'd end up in the Top 8 back in August, who thought Grabbz would have 20 goals & stay fit ALL season? OK we messed up Mega Style last 2 games. Forest is in our blood, we are all hurting right now, one consolation(well 2 actually)......... 1.Following a potential Global Health catastrophe, thankfully we are all still safe & well. 2. We don't support Derby😀
There are so many permutations to next seasons transfers. It's quite possible the amount they get for someone like Cash is not as much as they would get at the end of next season due to CV19, but this also means there will be players in lower leagues to cash (pun) in on as they will have to sell to balance the books. Will the PL get their full money from Sky? First priority is to move dead wood, quite a few are out of contract and some others will probably be released on frees, which at least cuts the wage bill. There is also talk of a wage cap by the EFL and that will cause problems. There are so many ifs and buts and it will certainly be an interesting few weeks.
Post by jasonspineapple on Jul 25, 2020 15:52:23 GMT
The salary cap currently being discussed would have rough impact for forest of cutting our wage bill from the current £31mill to circa £18mill. All further widening the gap to the premier league for anyone not having parachute payments.