Nottingham Forest fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Armand Traore for Cardiff City against Bolton Wanderers in the Championship on Tuesday evening.
Traore, who joined Cardiff on loan from Championship rivals Forest in the January transfer window, featured for the Bluebirds in their game against Bolton.
The 28-year-old defender started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as Neil Warnock’s side won 2-0.
The Senegalese left-back played well for Cardiff and also scored the home team's opening goal in the 34th minute.
The win against Bolton on Tuesday evening means that Cardiff are now fourth in the Championship table with 58 points from 31 matches, just a point behind Aston Villa, who are currently second in the standings and occupy the final automatic promotion spot.
Forest fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Traore for Cardiff against Bolton in the Championship on Tuesday evening.
Below are some of the best comments:
Never had a problem with traore going forward, and it's easier to perform at a club high in confidence. On his day very good, but also inconsistent! AK will have had his reasons! #nffc— matt (@matt0675) February 14, 2018
Armand Traore- questionable work rate and attitude yet leaves a relegation fight for a club chasing promotion. He does what he wants and sounds like captaincy material to us. We are desperate for a captain, let’s recall him back. Armband 4 Armand! #armband4armand #NFFC— Sarcastic Forest (@SarcasticForest) February 14, 2018
Worst decision Karanka has made is getting rid of Traoré.. Smashing it at Cardiff! #nffc— E- Nottingham Forest (@e_nottmforest) February 14, 2018
When Armand Traore is scoring goals for Cardiff and we’re stuck with Danny Fox, that’s when I begin to lose faith, not that scoring g goals is a measure of a good fullback, but could you honestly see Fox doing that? #nffc— Adam Joe Fletcher (@FletchRed88) February 14, 2018
Don't get why fans didn't rate traore he is a league above fox! #nffc— James Hall (@ukjim91) February 13, 2018
Good for him. Still not sure why we let him go.— Mrs A (@neeclarke) February 13, 2018
Traore with a goal for Cardiff, that's what he deserves. Game time and credit, given a hard time at #NFFC— Dan (@Dan_LowerBC) February 13, 2018