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Nottingham Forest - Announcement Update!

Nottingham Forest have comfirmed that, as their pitch is playable, they do not intend to have a pitch inspection and tomorrow`s scheduled game with QPR is to go ahead.

I have spoken to Nottingham Forest and they have confirmed that, at present, there is no reason to call the game off. However, they will continue to monitor the situation and will make a further decision this afternoon, based on current weather conditions.

I will keep everyone informed, as promised, should there be any change. But, for now, you should take it that the game goes ahead as planned - so start your journey now. That should get you there by 3.00pm tomorrow - just in time for kick-off!!

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 6 2009

Time: 7:10AM

Your Comments

God I hope it's on - it's starting to feel like the summer break - with the snow...
Boxer
Maybe we should do like the Russians - and shut down for a few weeks so we dont have this bother again!
sandydl
Just stepped out my house (north west of London) and put my foot into six inches of snow - quite a cold experience!
Boxer
I'm north-west London, too, and I've had a thunderstorm, rain, heavy snow, sleet & now it's snowing again!! I've just not had blistering hot sunshine today - think I'm putting in a complaint to the Big Man Upstairs - I'd like a full house of weather conditions, if you please!!
sandydl
Recall going to Port Vale once and observing every kind of weather from the car! Got to the ground just before the game and the tables and chairs by the burger van went flying away in the wind!
Boxer
Ipswich, I think it was, a few months ago (I think - my memory sucks!). All kindsa weather in the space of a 90-minute game! But I do wait to be corrected on this!
sandydl
 

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