Reading that he has joined Steve Cooper at Forest and I actually wish him well. He was offered a non-job with the Swans so I don't blame him for looking to further his career. I had great respect for his attitude as a player and he proved to be a long-serving servant of the club. However, for me, my memories of him will forever be tainted by the part he played in the back-stabbing of Michael Laudrup. The despicable actions of those involved, imo, borne out of a sense of revenge because they were past their best and no longer part of Laudrup's plans, are probably the reasons why the club is in such a parlous state today. I'm afraid this is one case where I can neither forgive nor forget.