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  • September 13, 2022

Latest Nottingham Forest news from NottinghamshireLive as Steve Cooper’s Reds prepare for City Ground clash
Welcome to live coverage of the latest Nottingham Forest news on Tuesday, September 13.
The Reds are preparing to face Fulham at the City Ground on Friday night, after the Premier League announced the match will go ahead as planned. The decision came after Forest’s trip to Leeds United, which had been scheduled for Monday night, was postponed – along with the rest of last weekend’s fixtures – was postponed following the death of Her Majesty The Queen.
Steve Cooper’s side will go into the clash with the Cottagers looking to end a run of three straight defeats. It will be their final run-out before the upcoming international break.
We will start looking ahead to that game and bring you plenty of big match build-up, along with all the latest news, gossip and rumours from the City Ground. Stick with us throughout the day for the latest developments.
Nottingham Forest will be out to end a three-match losing streak when they host Fulham on Friday night.
Under the lights at the City Ground, it will be the Reds’ final run-out before the upcoming international break. They will want to sign off for the two-week hiatus on a positive note, ensuring a second half collapse against Bournemouth is firmly behind them.
That 3-2 defeat to the Cherries put a slight dampener on what had otherwise been an encouraging start to the season for Steve Cooper’s side. We take a look at the winners and losers from Forest’s six games so far.
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Fenerbahce could reignite their interest in Nottingham Forest defender Loic Mbe Soh in January.
The Turkish side made a late push to sign the 21-year-old before their transfer window closed last Thursday. But although a deal didn’t come off, it seems they still haven’t given up hope of securing his signature at some point.
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Nottingham Forest’s summer overhaul saw a number of players depart as well as arrive at the City Ground.
Incomings and outgoings made for a busy transfer window right up until the deadline. While some of those who moved on did so on permanent deals, several headed out on loan.
For many, it was hoped doing so would provide a chance to get regular game time. We take a look at how those Reds players currently plying their trade elsewhere are getting on.
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Nottingham Forest will host Fulham on Friday night, after the Premier League announced the match will be going ahead as planned.
The Reds will take to the City Ground pitch eager to end a run of three straight defeats, having suffered a second half collapse which saw them lose 3-2 to Bournemouth last time out. Prior to taking on the Cherries, they had been beaten by Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.
Forest’s meeting with the Cottagers had originally been scheduled for Saturday, September 17, when the fixtures were released in June. Usually, any changes made are as a result of selection for live TV broadcast – but not in this instance.
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Nottingham Forest took their total number of summer additions to 22 last week, with the signing of defender Serge Aurier.
And they are not the only Premier League club to take advantage of the free agent market after the closure of the summer window. Wolverhampton Wanderers have announced the arrival of experienced striker Diego Costa on a free transfer.
The Reds’ number of signings is a British record for a single transfer window. But their top-flight rivals have also overseen plenty of business in the last few months. Here’s a look at all the deals done, according to the Premier League’s official website.
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Welcome to today's live coverage of the latest Forest news, with plenty of build-up to Friday night's match against Fulham.
Nottingham Forest’s match against Fulham on Friday night is scheduled to go ahead as planned.
The Reds had been due to make the trip to face Leeds United this evening, but that game – along with the rest of the Premier League fixtures for the weekend just gone – was postponed following the death of Her Majesty The Queen. An update has now been provided on the next round of fixtures.
Steve Cooper’s side will host the Cottagers at the City Ground for a big clash under the lights, with an 8pm kick-off. A statement from the club said: "The Premier League has confirmed that our fixture on Friday night against Fulham at the City Ground will go ahead as planned."
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Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper faces some tough decisions when it comes to picking his next starting line-up.
The Reds were due to make the trip to Leeds United tonight, but that match – along with the rest of the weekend’s round of fixtures – was postponed following the death of Her Majesty The Queen. An update has yet to be provided on whether this weekend’s games will go ahead as planned, with the City Ground scheduled to host Fulham on Friday night.
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Nottingham Forest continue to wait for news of whether Friday's clash with Fulham will go ahead, following the postponement of their fixture against Leeds United.
The Premier League announced last Friday morning that the weekend's matches would be postponed, following the death of Her Majesty The Queen. The Reds' trip to Elland Road, which was scheduled for tonight, will now be rearranged.
It has still not been confirmed whether this coming weekend's round of fixtures will take place as planned, ahead of next Monday's funeral. Forest are due to host the Cottagers at the City Ground this Friday, with an 8pm kick-off. Should that game go ahead, here's how the Reds' injury situation looks.
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Striker Hwang Ui-jo came close to signing for American club Minnesota United before his move to Nottingham Forest was agreed.
The South Korea international joined the Reds from Bordeaux last month, as one of 22 new arrivals in a busy few months at the City Ground. He immediately went out on loan and will spend the season in Greece with fellow Evangelos Marinakis-owned side Olympiacos.
However, Forest were not the only team interested in Ui-jo this summer. Minnesota also made a push to secure his signature.
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Skipper Joe Worrall has called on Nottingham Forest fans to stick by the players in the tough times which come with promotion to the Premier League.
The defender has stressed the difference Reds supporters can make, recalling the part the City Ground crowd played in the second leg of the play-off semi-final against Sheffield United last season. On that occasion, when the visitors drew level on aggregate on the night, a great roar erupted from the stands. That backing saw Steve Cooper’s side survive extra-time and triumph in a penalty shootout to book their place at Wembley.
Making the step up to the top-flight has been an adjustment. Forest have lost their last three matches and sit 19th in the table, with four points from their first six games.
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Nottingham Forest midfielder Orel Mangala seems to have taken a significant step in his recovery from injury.
The summer signing was forced off in the second half of the Reds’ 1-1 draw at Everton last month, after receiving treatment on the pitch. Initially, it was hoped he was suffering from “fatigue”, but it then became clear a spell on the sidelines would be required.
Mangala has not featured since then, due to a hamstring problem. And boss Steve Cooper has spoken about having to be “careful” not to rush him back.
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Premier League football is set to return this weekend, according to reports which would suggest Nottingham Forest's clash with Fulham will go ahead.
Steve Cooper's Reds are due to host fellow promoted side Fulham at the City Ground on Friday night. But, with Queen's state funeral set to take place on Monday and following the postponements of league games last weekend, the match was in doubt.
Though, the Mirror claim that the Premier League are 'hoping' get as many games on as possible next weekend following the postponement of the previous match week, as Forest's trip to Elland Road on Monday night was called off. The Mirror adds that The TV companies, clubs and Premier League are 'desperate' to get the games on.
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Former Premier League stars Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville couldn't agree on their prediction for where Nottingham Forest would finish the season.
Ex-Livepool defender Carragher claimed at the start of the new campaign that they could be the only side to stay up from the three who were promoted to the top-flight, while Neville was more clinical in his verdict. Forest have started the season slowly having won one of their first six games, and currently sit in the bottom three after the first month of action.
Having spent around £150million on 22 new recruits over the summer transfer window, boss Steve Cooper has no shortage of quality in his squad, but he faces the task of gelling a new set of players while also getting results. Carragher admitted that he would be delighted to see the Reds avoid the drop this term.
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Nottingham Forest are waiting to find out if their next Premier League fixture will be able to go ahead as planned.
All football fixtures in the UK were postponed over the weekend, as a mark of respect following the Queen’s death last week. That included Forest's scheduled match against Leeds United at Elland Road, which would have been played on Monday (September 12).
Steve Cooper's side are due to be back in action against Fulham at the City Ground this Friday evening (September 16). However, doubts remain over this round of fixtures in the lead-up to the Queen’s funeral next Monday (September 19).
The PA news agency reports that there maybe resourcing issues, particularly in respect of policing, associated with some fixtures which will need to be discussed on a fixture-by-fixture basis over the period ahead, in line with each local authority’s Safety Advisory Group protocols.
We will bring you all the latest developments as they unfold. Here's a round-up of what has been said on the matter up to now…
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Welcome to Monday's live coverage of the latest Forest news.
The Reds are still awaiting a decision on whether Friday's clash with Fulham will go ahead. We'll bring you the latest as we get it.
Graeme Souness believes Nottingham Forest will struggle this season after their summer spending spree.
The Reds recruited 21 players in the summer window and spent close to £150million on their new recruits following promotion out of the Championship last season. Steve Cooper's side have started slowly in the Premier League having only one of their first six games and Souness thinks they will be involved in a relegation fight come May.
"The biggest part of his job this year is keeping their heads up," Souness told Sky Sports. "Nearly every weekend last year they won a game.
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The National Police Chiefs' Council has confirmed that they are working closely with other organisations to ensure events are held "safely and with the appropriate security" as the next round of Premier League fixtures remain in doubt ahead of the Queen's funeral on Monday, September 19.
Nottingham Forest are due to host Fulham at the City Ground on Friday night after their trip to Leeds United – which had been scheduled for Monday night – was postponed following the Premier League's decision to postpone all action after the Queen's passing.
With the Queen's state funeral set to take place on the Monday following the next round of Premier League fixtures, the NPCC said in a statement that a national policing operation had been activated and that UK Policing was working with organisations to ensure sport goes ahead in the coming days.
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The National Police Chiefs' Council has confirmed that they are working closely with other organisations to ensure events are held "safely and with the appropriate security" as the next round of Premier League fixtures remain in doubt ahead of the Queen's funeral on Monday, September 19.
Nottingham Forest are due to host Fulham at the City Ground on Friday night after their trip to Leeds United – which had been scheduled for Monday night – was postponed following the Premier League's decision to postpone all action after the Queen's passing.
With the Queen's state funeral set to take place on the Monday following the next round of Premier League fixtures, the NPCC said in a statement that a national policing operation had been activated and that UK Policing was working with organisations to ensure sport goes ahead in the coming days.
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Forest are still waiting to find out if their Premier League match against Fulham will go ahead as scheduled at the City Ground on Friday night.
Meanwhile, Rangers’ Champions League tie with Napoli has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 14, UEFA has announced.
The tie, originally scheduled to be played on Tuesday, September 13, has been moved back due to “severe limitations on police resources and organisational issues” following The Queen’s death and away fans will not be permitted for both legs, UEFA said.
A UEFA statement read: “UEFA today announced that the UEFA Champions League tie between Rangers FC and SSC Napoli, originally to be played on Tuesday 13 September, has been rescheduled for Wednesday 14 September at 21.00CET.
“This is due to the severe limitations on police resources and organisational issues related to the ongoing events surrounding the national mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
“In addition, it was agreed to also postpone the UEFA Youth League game between both teams from Tuesday 13 September to Wednesday 14 September at 15.00CET.
“Away fans will not be authorised at the games, and as a matter of sporting fairness, Rangers’ fans will not be authorised for the return legs in Naples. UEFA urges fans not to travel and to respect this extraordinary situation.”
Dean Henderson may still have a future at Manchester United despite leaving the club on loan for Nottingham Forest in the summer.
The goalkeeper left Old Trafford in search of regular minutes before the start of the 2022-23 campaign after failing to start a single Premier League match last season. After two impressive stints at Sheffield United in 2019-20, Henderson returned to United in the summer of 2020, but only start 12 league games for the Red Devils the following campaign.
United allowed Henderson to leave the club again for game time this summer and they have since replaced him by signing Martin Dubravka on loan from Newcastle United until the end of the season. Reports in Italy claim that Newcastle pushed to sell him permanently or at least include an obligation which would've forced the Red Devils to keep him ahead of the 2023-24 season and be stuck with two goalkeepers on the wrong side of 30.
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Nottingham Forest head coach Steve Cooper is currently "not an option" to fill the managerial vacancy on Brighton & Hove Albion..
The Seagulls are looking for a new manager after Graham Potter left to take charge of Chelsea earlier this week, with Cooper named as a potential replacement.
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All Premier League football fixtures have been postponed this weekend following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Nottingham Forest were due to travel to Leeds United on Monday evening but that match has also been called off, as a mark of respect.
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Governing bodies will continue to assess any possible impact the Queen’s funeral on September 19 could have with scheduled sports fixtures and events, the PA news agency reports.
All football fixtures in the UK were postponed this weekend, plus Nottingham Forest's Premier League match at Leeds United on Monday, along with Friday and Saturday’s planned horse racing meetings, as a mark of respect following the Queen’s death on Thursday. However, many other sporting occasions went ahead, offering spectators and participants opportunities to pay their respects.
In the Test match between England and South Africa at the Kia Oval, players wore black armbands and there was a rendition of God Save the King. On day three at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, a two-minute period of silence was held, while there were also tributes ahead of the Betfred Super League Play-Off Eliminator between Huddersfield and Salford as well as Gallagher Premiership matches.
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Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has joined Piers Morgan in questioning the decision to postpone Premier League fixtures this weekend.
Nottingham Forest were due to face Leeds United on Monday evening at Elland Road (8pm kick-off), but the match was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. All other top flight games and those in the EFL were also called off.
The decision was made on Friday afternoon to reschedule this weekend's fixtures, but other sports such as rugby and cricket went ahead as usual. There also remains doubt over next weekend's home game against Fulham as the country enters a period of national mourning.
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Gary Lineker says it is a "real shame" that football supporters have been unable to show their respects to Queen Elizabeth II at Premier League fixtures this weekend.
Nottingham Forest were scheduled to travel to Elland Road on Monday evening to face Leeds United (8pm kick-off), but the fixture will now take place on a later date following the Premier League's decision to postpone the latest round of matches after Queen Elizabeth II's death.
The decision comes despite other sports carrying on as usual, with rugby and cricket taking place over the course of the weekend. However, there remains further doubts over next Friday's game against Fulham at the City Ground, despite statements from the Met Police and Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
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Nottingham Forest will have to wait for a decision whether theirPremier League clash with Fulham will go ahead following the postponement of the game against Leeds United.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II caused the Premier League and EFL to make the decision to postpone all of this weekend's fixtures as a mark of respect, despite some other sports continuing as normal.
The Reds were due to make the trip to Elland Road on Monday evening as they sought to respond to last weekend's 3-2 home defeat to AFC Bournemouth, but the decision was made on Friday afternoon to call the game off.
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Former Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba is taking Ligue 1 by storm.
The 28 year-old joined RC Lens this summer after turning down the offer of a new contract at Nottingham Forest. He is still highly regarded by Reds fans after playing such a key role in earning the team promotion back to the Premier League.
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