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Robbie Findley and Nottingham Forest have agreed to part ways
   January 14, 2013 (10:32 AM) by Howie Michaels     Email This Post Email This Post

Amid reports that he is set to return to Real Salt Lake, forward Robbie Findley and Nottingham Forest have agreed to terminate his contract by mutual consent:

The United States international made just 10 league starts in an injury-disrupted two-year spell at The City Ground.

Chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi said: “I would like to thank Robbie for the service he has given Nottingham Forest and wish him every success for the future.”

A rare example of a player who started a World Cup match against England and a League Two match, the final numbers for Findley in Europe:

> 25 Championship appearances (10 starts), 1162 minutes
> 3 goals

> 7 League Two appearances (3 starts), 246 minutes
> 0 goals

> 1 FA Cup appearance (1 start), 90 minutes
> 0 goals

> 3 League Cup appearances (3 starts), 310 minutes
> 3 goals

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5 Responses to “Robbie Findley and Nottingham Forest have agreed to part ways”

  1. Dirk says:

    Just doesn’t have the technical skill in my opinion. Hopefully he’ll find his game in the MLS, which should be pretty comfortable for him. But I don’t think he will be considered for any WC qualifiers unless he pulls an Eddie Johnson and starts scoring in bunches. I always rued the fact that Bradley was giving him time over Herc or even Buddle.

  2. Cody says:

    Such a disappointing stay. Doesn’t get worse than that.

  3. Howie says:

    I think he could have been useful in a different setup, but yeah, this was a pretty bad stay.

  4. Gregory says:

    Findley scored some goals at-least, few MLS Americans score in the Championship.

    Findley and Ricardo Clark put an end to the American-Trinidadians Over-There edition. Nick Deleon could be the next American Triny to play overseas.

  5. david says:

    That guy Findley back to MLS lol! The way I see it doesn’t matter if he starts scoring goals in bunches we don’t want him in the national team. We’ve been there before; he can food BBradley but not Klismann.

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