The secret diary of Terry the kitman.. PROMOTION!

Terry rightly took his place at the centre of celebrations with the players and staff of Nottingham Forest, as we’ve seen from all the photos – after all the champagne and partying what does he make of the things he witnessed on that magical saturday afternoon?

Disclaimer time: this is, of course, entirely a work of fiction – largely for my own amusement.  Any resemblance between the characters portrayed, and any real person or persons – be they an employee of Nottingham Forest or otherwise – are entirely coincidental!

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8 Responses

  1. Tribute to the man-behind-the-scene for a fantastic season!

  2. I think this is the most appropiate place to say this but some selfish sad person stole our Physio’s radio. Yes, it was the whole bag which was stolen but our Physio only wants the radio back.

    So to whoever stole it, do the decent thing, return the whole bag or @ the very leas, the radio.

    What a rotten way to spoil the celebration.

  3. are we getting a new stadium? im not sure i want to move but now seems like as good a time as ever…NFFC, fancy digging about for some info.?

  4. Hi,

    Did the radio really get stolen? I think we should all have a collection to get him one. I think one of those built into headphones with a big aerial would be ideal.

    I’m sure we could get him a nice one to say thanks 🙂

    Chris

  5. It was actually Steve Devine the physio’s bag that was stolen, the radio was a CB style handset he used to communicate with the treatment room…

    … I don’t think anyone would dare steal anything from Tel!

  6. Oh, and Sam, my investigations at the time suggested that a new stadium was certainly a firm plan – albeit an embryonic one – a site hasn’t been finalised, it’s unclear how it would be funded, and basically, it ain’t going to happen for some time (if at all).

  7. Terry the Kitman, or to those of us who used to work at ROF Nottingham (now Homebase) he was known as ‘Tannoy Terry’ or ‘Terry the Bastard’ – either way Terry is a top man.

    During his position of man on the gate at the CG, his pinnacle (as legend has it) was turning away Howard Kendall for a mid week reserve game when he polled up in his motor without a parking pass and proclaimed’ do you know who I am?” for Terry to respond – ‘Yes, and your still not coming in!’

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