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The obsessive-compulsive Nottingham Forest site
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One win in five league games mean Nottingham Forest’s strong start to the season seems a distant memory. But although Mark Warburton has work to do, the club is still coming out of ‘intensive care’
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Surveying 10 football clubs, at the whim of foreign owners, Bob Holmes’ book details the stories of the good, the bad and the ugly stalking the game
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While supporters and players breathed near eternal sighs of relief at the City Ground on Sunday, Nottingham Forest boss Mark Warburton and director of football Frank McParland’s thoughts had already turned to next season. Peter Blackburn hopes for a bright future on the banks of the Trent
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Sunday’s do-or-die match against Ipswich Town is impossible to predict for Nottingham Forest fans. But there are positives. And negatives, says Andrew Brookes
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Sunday’s game against Ipswich will decide Nottingham Forest’s future: for better or worse. It’s been an abject season in many ways but whatever happens we — the supporters, the fans — will always be here, says Paul Severn
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Ahead of tomorrow’s match at Deepdale, Seat Pitch brings you a statistical preview of Preston North End v Nottingham Forest. Graphics supplied by KickOff
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Nottingham Forest’s new manager has his work cut out, but Mark Warburton’s footballing philosophy could be a good match for the club short- and long-term
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The appointment of Mark Warburton is an exciting prospect for Nottingham Forest. But only with patience from the players, the fans and, most importantly, Fawaz Al Hasawi, says Andrew Brookes
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Ahead of today’s match at the City Ground, Seat Pitch brings you a statistical preview of Nottingham Forest v Brighton & Hove Albion. Graphics supplied by KickOff
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