Huddersfield Town must be seriously sick of Nottingham Forest. Last night, the two words that every Terrier fears were evident again as Josh Bowler netted a last-gasp equaliser for Blackpool to give the Tangerines a massive Championship point.

The Reds appear hell-bent on making themselves the most hated club in West Yorkshire. Leeds binned their manager after losing to Forest on Sunday and Evangelos Marinakis has been on a one-man crushing spree of Huddersfield since last February.

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Forest knocked Huddersfield out of the FA Cup 12 months ago. As a nearby restaurant set off fireworks, Terriers fans vowed to thrash Forest in the Play-Off Final if that was the match-up for a place at Wembley.

Fate is fascinating at times and Forest did face Huddersfield in the final. Forest not only won but within weeks they’d signed Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo, whilst Marinakis had made Carlos Corberan the manager of Olympiacos!

As Forest have embarked on a mission to survive in the Premier League, Huddersfield’s prospects are far bleaker. They are facing a genuine fight to avoid dropping into League One, with Mark Fotheringham struggling to get a tune out of his team.

Last night, it was a Forest loanee that dampened their parade. With the clock ticking, Bowler pounced to level things up and give Mick McCarthy a huge point in the race to stay in the second tier.

Huddersfield sick of Forest and Bowler has now stuck the boot in

The Terriers fans are a decent bunch. They travel in their thousands and Forest did enjoy some good battles with Huddersfield during the 2022/23 campaign.

Bowler has had quite an intriguing season so far. He made the move to Forest on transfer deadline day back in August but was immediately loaned out to Olympiacos.

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After falling out of favour with Michel, Marinakis decided to bring him back to Forest and let him head back to Blackpool to see out the season at Bloomfield Road.

At 23-years-old, his best years are still ahead of him. The player will hope to continue scoring goals and return to Forest with the intention of getting a City Ground opportunity.

For Huddersfield, their fans will be sick of the sight of anything to do with Nottingham Forest!

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