A very trying moment” –fantastic Player says all on Nottingham Forest spell, wasn’t “physically ready” to play

Goalkeeper Liam Bossin of KV Oostende has admitted he sometimes hoped he didn’t have to play for Nottingham Forest because of the intimidating environment.

The goalie has been discussing his career thus far and the many places it has taken him with. KW in Belgium

He’s enjoyed a varied career in the game to date, starting at White Star in Belgium before moving to Anderlecht’s U21s. By 2015 he was in their first team squad but two years later had left on a free transfer to Nottingham Forest.

He failed to make a single appearance for Nottingham Forest during his time at the club, though, not in the first team or the youth sectors.

That saw him eventually leave on a free transfer in July 2019 and spend some time out of the game before joining Cork City and then FC Dordrecht.

He now finds himself playing for KV Oostende in the Belgian second flight, an experience he is enjoying far more than his time at Nottingham Forest, which, by his own account, was not a happy one.

A large club. Hey, those guys have more Champions League titles than Manchester City, he added.

I was only 21 years old, living alone in a big city, and I was only a U21 player. I wasn’t in physical shape to handle the major task.

“I once sat on the bench for the rivalry game versus Aston Villa. I hoped I wouldn’t need to intervene. That setting and the audience are very scary

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