Raising speculation:The Nottingham forest player might be having his Farewell…Read more.

Nottingham Forest is anticipated to pay Carlos Miguel’s release clause tomorrow, according to Brazilian media reports. Last week, while journalist Rudy Galetti claimed that the clause had been triggered, UOL journalist Bruno Andrade clarified that this was not the case. Andrade has now updated on Twitter, stating that “everything indicates” Nottingham Forest will proceed with the payment on Monday. There’s still a chance he could stay until the end of the month, but that will still depend on how the board and coaching staff will react. Andrade points out that…

Sad News: 14 Nottingham Forest players have signed contracts with different clubs. Read more for details.

In a significant development that has left Nottingham Forest supporters reeling, 14 of the club’s players have signed contracts with different clubs, signaling a dramatic shift in the team’s composition. This mass exodus comes at a crucial time and raises numerous questions about the future of the team, its management, and its prospects for the upcoming season.   **Details of the Departures**   The departure of such a large number of players is unprecedented in the club’s recent history. The players who have left include a mix of seasoned veterans…

I’m going back,Defender will return to Nottingham Forest after successful loan, he’s yet to kick a ball at the CG…Read more.

Nottingham Forest are set to reintegrate a player who has been on loan for the past year. This summer, the Reds are expected to focus heavily on outgoing transfers. Nottingham Forest are poised to welcome back a player who spent the last year on loan. This summer, the Reds are likely to prioritize outgoing transfers. Richards has faced a lengthy recovery process since joining Nottingham Forest for £8.5 million from Bayern Munich in 2022. The left-back, who had made 17 appearances for Bayern, was transferred to the City Ground. However,…

Henry Winter explains why Nottingham Forest are fortunate to have Nuno Espirito Santo on board…Read more.

Henry Winter has expressed his admiration for Nottingham Forest head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, highlighting the reasons behind his fandom for the 50-year-old. The Reds brought him on board in December following the conclusion of Steve Cooper’s tenure at the City Ground. Despite facing challenges in recent months, Espirito Santo and Nottingham Forest have managed to edge closer to Premier League survival. While their safety is not guaranteed yet, barring a mathematical miracle on the final day of the campaign, Winter contends that Forest are in good hands under Espirito…

Breaking News:Nottingham Forest given chance to sign 12-goal international striker for just £5m…Read more.

Nottingham Forest can begin anticipating the summer transfer window, having virtually guaranteed Premier League football for the next season. While it’s uncommon to find joy after a loss, Forest supporters can be forgiven for feeling a sense of excitement on Saturday night. Luton Town’s loss to West Ham United effectively ensured Nottingham Forest’s safety before their match against Chelsea even began. Despite Forest ultimately losing 3-2, failing to secure a point that would have guaranteed survival, the team can approach the final day with confidence. Only an unlikely turn of…

Good News:Nottingham Forest widened the gap from the relegation zone to three points after defeating Sheffield United 3-1.

With two goals from Callum Hudson-Odoi, Nottingham Forest overcame a 1-0 deficit to win 3-1 against Sheffield United on Saturday, pushing themselves three points away from the Premier League relegation zone. Sheffield United’s manager Chris Wilder suggested that Nottingham Forest’s recent criticism of VAR influenced the officials not to call a crucial foul during Forest’s 3-1 win. Wilder believes that in the lead-up to Ryan Yates’ second goal, Ben Brereton Diaz was pushed, but the officials opted not to intervene. This decision played a role in Nottingham Forest’s key win…

Just In:Martin Keown suggests that Nottingham Forest’s chances of survival could be boosted if Nuno Espírito Santo, potentially taking on a…Read more.

Martin Keown suggests that Nottingham Forest’s chances of survival could be boosted if Nuno Espírito Santo, potentially taking on a coaching role, reverts to a trusted back-three formation. This approach aligns with Nuno’s successful past strategies, offering defensive solidity and counter-attacking potential. By reinstating the back-three structure, Forest could strengthen their defense and increase their odds of success. Nuno Espírito Santo gained a reputation as a back-three specialist during his tenure at Wolverhampton Wanderers, where he guided the team to the Premier League and comfortably maintained their status. His consistent…

Heartbreaking news:Nottingham Forest has been charged by the Football Association (FA) following a statement they made about referee Stuart Attwell…Read More.

**Nottingham Forest Charged by FA Over Statement Regarding Referee Stuart Attwell**   Nottingham Forest Football Club has recently found itself at the center of controversy, following an official charge by the Football Association (FA). The charge relates to a statement made by the club concerning referee Stuart Attwell, leading to questions about the club’s conduct and the boundaries of acceptable criticism within the sport.   **The Incident** The incident that sparked the FA’s charge occurred after a contentious match in which Nottingham Forest felt aggrieved by certain decisions made by…

Sad Update:The 13 Nottingham Forest players who could soon be saying farewell to the City Ground…Read More.

Nottingham Forest have three games left to secure their Premier League status in a tight relegation battle.   The bottom of the table is very competitive. Nottingham Forest, currently just above the relegation zone, must be cautious as Luton Town and Burnley aim to close the gap. Their upcoming fixtures are crucial. Forest visit already-relegated Sheffield United on Saturday, then face Chelsea at home before concluding the season with an important match against Burnley at Turf Moor.   Regardless of whether Forest stays in the Premier League or is relegated,…

Just In:Two Nottingham Forest stars are back in training after getting injured on Sunday…Read More.

Two Nottingham Forest players, who seemed to have been injured during Sunday’s match, have now been seen participating in training sessions. Despite their 2-0 loss to Manchester City at the City Ground, indicating ongoing struggles to move out of the relegation zone, this is a positive development for the team. Nottingham Forest have three crucial games left to secure their season, with the first being an away match against Sheffield United on Saturday. Given that the Blades haven’t won a single game this year, Forest needs to come out strong…