• BUCS Big Wednesday 2019

    With The University of Nottingham hosting the BUCS Big Wednesday 2019 on Wednesday 27th March, our Head of Sport, Zoe, and Sport Editor, Tristan, discuss which events the Green and Gold will be competing in and what the chances are of achieving some wins.  Zoe Burgess and Tristan Simpson...
  • Karanka eases pressure with glorious win at the City ground

    The past four weeks has seen the Reds winless in five, with three defeats and two draws. Karanka’s job seemed to be under pressure after this run of results, particularly after their surrender of a 3-0 lead over Norwich, where they allowed the Canaries to score three minutes after...
  • Fulham or Aston Villa: Who is better positioned to stay up in the Prem?

    Since parachute payments were increased for the 2014-15 Premier League season only one out of four teams promoted as playoff winners have stayed up – Huddersfield this season. The other three have all been relegated with point totals definitively behind the magic 40 point mark. Given the relatively poor...
  • 2017/18 Championship Preview: Promotion Candidates

    The 2016/2017 Championship season proved to be both highly competitive and memorable. Newcastle United and Brighton Hove Albion ran away with automatic promotion, whilst Huddersfield somehow gained promotion to the top flight for the first time in over 40 years – even though they finished the season with a...
  • A Relegation Escape by the Skin of Their Teeth: Nottingham Forest End of Season Review

    Nottingham Forest has been owned by the Al Hasawi family for nearly five years and every year they have seen their final league position fall. In the past four seasons under the Kuwaiti’s rule, the Reds have finished 8th, 11th, 14th and 16th. With Forest’s current season looking far...
  • 5 things we’ve learnt about Forest in recent weeks

    It only took four games for Gary Brazil and Jack Lester to convince Fawaz Al Hasawi that they should be given managerial duties until the end of the season – removing the ‘interim’ part from their job titles. Whether or not a confusing set of rumours involving Mark Warburton’s...
  • The City Ground is still the place for young English talent

    With turmoil on and off the City Ground pitch, Nottingham Forest have earned a reputation in recent years as being the wrong destination for someone looking to progress in their footballing career. Managers fail to deliver results, directors quit after a matter of months and players watch their careers...