• Forest Beat Eighties Enemies Liverpool For Their Second Win Of The Year

    Dom Allin and Rhys Thomas It was a joyous afternoon in West Bridgford on Saturday afternoon as Nottingham Forest defied logic to record their first league win since August by beating a woeful Liverpool side. Forest fanatic Dom Allin reports on his side’s delightful day on the pitch, whilst...
  • Forest Break Losing Streak In A Tense Evening At The City Ground 

    Nottingham Forest earned their first Premier League point since the 20th of August following a nervy 1-1 draw against fellow Midlands giants Aston Villa. Just over 40 years ago this game would have been box office viewing with both teams having won three out of the last four European...
  • Squad Review: Where does Karanka need to focus his summer shopping?

    An air of positivity continues to build at Nottingham Forest as new owners enter their second year of stewardship. Manager Aitor Karanka will be looking forward to his first pre-season preparations with the Reds ahead of their first full campaign together. The boss will need to show elements of...
  • Karanka will try to give youngsters their chance once Forest are completely safe

    Nottingham Forest manager Aitor Karanka says he will try to give new academy players a chance to play in the first team once the Reds are completely safe in the table. Speaking ahead of Tuesday night’s meeting with play-off-chasing Brentford, Karanka confirmed his interest in seeing fringe players out...
  • Karanka welcomes international experience for Forest youngsters

    Nottingham Forest manager Aitor Karanka and midfielder Jack Colback both spoke about the experience that the club’s younger first team stars – who had this week been with England’s youth set-ups – would earn whilst on international duty. Academy products Joe Worrall, Ben Brereton, and Everton loanee Kieran Dowell...
  • “The battle for places is on” says Osborn, as Karanka looks to bring “loving feeling” home

    “The battle for places is on”, according to Ben Osborn, who recently spoke about competition amid the Forest ranks ahead of Birmingham City’s visit to a snowy City Ground. The midfielder-turn-left-back says he and his teammates are “desperate” for Saturday’s game to go ahead, as heavy snowfall draws question...
  • Worrall chooses to focus on Cup game over transfer links

    Joe Worrall was insistent that his future remains at the City Ground, as he revealed his long term ambitions at Forest’s pre-Hull press conference this week. The Reds travel up north to face a Nigel Adkins side that are winless in seven league games, but continuing a steadfast record...