Date: 14th February 2020 at 8:00am
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It might be a bit early to be making judgments like this.

However, we shouldn’t let that get in the way of a decent debate. Better to be have it a couple of weeks or months early than having it too late.

Having been on possibly the highest of highs after his goal against Leeds United on Saturday night, things came crashing down for Tyler Walker and the rest of the Forest team against Charlton Athletic on Tuesday night.

Having been thrown up top to replace the injured Lewis Grabban, he didn’t exactly have the best of nights in front of goal, as he could only manage two shots, with only one of them actually hitting the target. A far cry from the days he was banging them in on a regular basis on loan at Lincoln City.

In light of his return to the City Ground, he’s been the subject of a recent article in The Athletic, and it’s resulted in some really vociferous criticism of the young man on social media.

Should we have kept Walker at Lincoln City?





Whilst this is only based off a couple of games as I said earlier, it will be interesting to see if he can indeed pick up his game, or if the decision to recall him will be seen as a bit of a mistake.

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