Nottingham Forest lost against Leeds United in the Championship tonight.
They were beaten 2-0 with both goals coming in the second half.
They're now five points above the relegation zone but have now played a game more than the sides below them.
It's currently 0 - 0 in tonight's Championship game as Nottingham Forest take on Leeds away.
At the moment Forest are five points above the relegation zone.
Nottingham Forest fans are angry that a takeover deal has fallen through after weeks of talks.Read the full story ›
Former Nottingham Forest player Stan Collymore has pledged to support fans at a protest being organised this afternoon before the match against Bristol City.
Fans are angry that a takeover deal has fallen through after weeks of talks.
The club are currently without a manager, and last night their captain Henri Lansbury signed for Aston Villa.
The owner has written to fans saying,
Nottingham Forest is one of the world’s oldest surviving teams. This is a legacy worth defending, and our priority should be to build on this unique heritage to protect the future of our club.
The Nottingham Forest owner & chairman, Fawaz Al Hasawi, has written an open letter to the fans following the recent takeover collapse.Read the full story ›
Burton Albion assistant manager Andy Garner has played down speculation that Brewers boss Nigel Clough could be in the running for the vacant manager position at Nottingham Forest.
Clough made more than 300 appearances for Forest in the 80s and 90s and his father Brian managed the club for almost two decades.
The role is currently vacant after Forest sacked manager Philippe Montanier after just 6 months in charge.
Montanier is the seventh manager to part company with the club since Al Hasawi's takeover five years ago.Read the full story ›
Nottingham Forest Supporters Trust has released a statement urging Forest Chairman, Fawaz Al Hasawi, to continue talks with multi-millionaire businessman, John Moores, to buy the club.
It is after Nottingham Forest announced the proposed takeover had fallen through, after negotiations had broken down.
Our club needs to draw a line under the poor performances and leadership on and off the pitch and the takeover gave us that chance.
So we urge Fawaz and JJM to get back round the table and find a way of concluding the deal.
The trust has asked Fawaz to give the following assurances:
- Can you assure us that you remain financially committed to the football club?
- Can you assure us that we will not be selling the players we need to keep us in the championship and that we will be active in the transfer market?
- Can you make it clear who is running the football club on a day to day basis?
In the interests of our great club, please open up.