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    • Which is interesting as their manager at the time didn't even care about him, he basically said they got Santos for cheap squad depth and their preference was to play their permanent players.  I doubt Santos 'pushed' for Nottingham, more like his advisors or the club agreed to that loan as they were willing to pay wages/loan fee etc
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    • Doubt he handpicked Nottingham forest out by himself , he was probably presented with some options , forest should never have been on the table 
    • There's a quote on previous page from Santos that he wanted PL loan and he pushed for Nottingham. 
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