Paul Konchesky Ends Liverpool Plight, Joins Nott’m Forest On Loan

Chris Wright

31st, January 2011

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By Chris Wright

It’s behind you la!

Paul Konchesky has joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on loan until May 3rd, thus presumably drawing to a close his utterly miserable six-month stint with Liverpool (there’s no way he’ll be retained over the summer, is there?).

Forest were in dire need of a left-back – any left-back – to prevent the abject Joel Lynch from taking the field again for the rest of the season.

Wonder what Konchesky’s dear old Mum makes of all this?

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  1. syndex says:

    sorry folks this one is bunk at the moment, Konchesky played a game for fulham at the start of the season and a couple for ‘pool so he cannot play for another club this season. That is unless fifa allow dispensation for the fact he could never really played for liverpool it was a bad scouse dream.

  2. Nick says:

    It’s an emergency loan so it will be okay. It’s amazing how I can go from slating a player all season, a la Paul Konchesky, and then be genuinely excited at his arrival at Forest. Not Aaron Ramsey excited, but I think he’ll have a much greater impact in terms of our season.

  3. Montesquieu says:

    Good for Konchesky, Liverpool are a tragedy (see Leeds United) in the making.

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