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‘He’s been so poor’, ‘Seems harsh but I’d like to see more’ – Nottingham Forest’s biggest flop this season? We take a look..

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Nottingham Forest have made a mediocre start to the 2017/18 Sky Bet Championship season.

The Reds sit in 12th place in the league table, and will be looking to push themselves higher this weekend as they face off against Leonid Slutsky’s Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.

On the whole, Mark Warburton’s side has performed pretty well, but there are some players who’ve not been up to scratch so far this season.

Who has been Forest’s biggest flop so far?

We take a look….

Chris Gallagher

Matt Mills, easily – He’s been so poor.

Finally, it appears that Mark Warburton has realised his mistake, with Mills not featuring in the last three games, one of which was enforced.

However, the centre-back has still played nine games this season in the league and has not performed well at all.

Forest have struggled defensively this season and the performances of the ex-Bolton man haven’t helped.

George Dagless

Zach Clough.

Seems harsh but I’d like to see more.

He’s got serious competition going forwards in the Forest squad but he is good enough to be playing regularly and so he should be demonstrating that more.

Mark Warburton has used him quite sparingly at times this season which makes it more difficult but Clough has the talent to warrant a place in the side.

This is probably his biggest challenge so far in his career.

Alfie Burns

Matt Mills.

The experienced defender hasn’t looked good for Forest this season, and Mark Warburton will have expected more.

Mills has plenty of experience in the Championship, playing in some successful sides over the years, but at the minute, he isn’t cutting it at the City Ground.


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