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Spurs won 2—1 after an extra time own goal by Walker. Roy Keane declared himself fit to play in the final and was selected in preference to Steve Hodge.
Keane later admitted he was not fit to play and that was why he had such an insignificant role in the final. English places in the competition were initially limited.
Forest had played in seven domestic cup finals at Wembley in five seasons winning five of the finals.
Forest finished eighth in the league that season to earn a place in the new FA Premier League. Walker transferred in summer to Sampdoria.
On 16 August Forest beat Liverpool 1—0 at home in the first ever televised live premier league game. Sheringham scored the only goal against Liverpool.
Sheringham transferred a week later to Tottenham. Forest's form slumped meaning Brian Clough's year managerial reign ended in May with Forest relegated from the inaugural Premier League.
Forest lost 2—1 with his son, Nigel, scoring the last goal of Clough's era. Clark's previous greatest management success was promotion from the Fourth Division with Leyton Orient in Clark brought immediate return to the Premier League when the club finished Division One runners-up at the end of the —94 season.
Forest finished third in —95  and qualified for the UEFA Cup — their first entry to European competition in the post- Heysel era.
They finished ninth in the league. The —97 season quickly became a relegation battle. Clark left the club in December.
However, in March he was replaced on a permanent basis by Dave Bassett and left the club that summer after 12 years. Ron Atkinson was unable to prevent Forest from once again slipping back into Division One, and announced his retirement from football management when Forest's relegation was confirmed on 24 April , with three weeks of the Premier League seasons still to play.
He departed in July to manage the England U21 side and was succeeded by youth team manager Paul Hart. Now faced with huge debts, which reduced Forest's ability to sign new players, they finished 16th in Hart's first season in charge.
A poor league run the following season, following the loss of several key players, led to the sacking of Hart in February with Forest in danger of relegation.
Joe Kinnear was subsequently appointed and led the club to a secure 14th place in the final league table. Megson had already won two promotions to the Premier League with his previous club West Bromwich Albion , having arrived at the club when they were in danger of going down to Division Two, but failed to stave off relegation as the club ended the season second from bottom in 23rd place,  becoming the first European Cup-winners ever to fall into their domestic third division.
In Forest's first season in the English third tier in 54 years, a 3—0 defeat at Oldham Athletic  in February led to the departure of Megson by "mutual consent" leaving the club mid-table only four points above the relegation zone.
Colin Calderwood , previously of Northampton Town , was appointed as Forest's new manager in May He was their 12th new manager to be appointed since the retirement of Brian Clough 13 years earlier, and went on to become Forest's longest-serving manager since Frank Clark.
The Calderwood era was ultimately one of rebuilding, and included the club's first promotion in a decade. In his first season, he led the club to the play-offs, having squandered a 7-point lead at the top of League One which had been amassed by November Forest eventually succumbed to a shock 5—4 aggregate defeat in the semi-finals against Yeovil Town ; they had taken a 2—0 lead in the first leg at Huish Park , but were then beaten 5—2 on their own soil by the Somerset club.
Forest kept a league record of 24 clean sheets out of 46 games, proving to be the foundation for their return to the second tier of English football and leaving them just one more promotion away from a return to the Premier League.
However, Calderwood's side struggled to adapt to life in the Championship in the —09 campaign and having been unable to steer Forest out of the relegation zone, Calderwood was sacked following a Boxing Day 4—2 defeat to the Championship's bottom club Doncaster Rovers.
Under the temporary stewardship of John Pemberton , Forest finally climbed out of the relegation zone, having beaten Norwich City 3—2.
Under Davies, Forest stretched their unbeaten record in all competitions following Calderwood's sacking to six matches, including five wins.
He also helped them avoid relegation as they finished 19th in the Championship ,  securing survival with one game to go.
Forest spent most of the —10 campaign in a top-three position, putting together an unbeaten run of 19 league games, winning 12 home league games in a row a club record for successive home wins in a single season , going unbeaten away from home from the beginning of the season until 30 January a run spanning 13 games whilst also claiming memorable home victories over local rivals Derby County and Leicester City.
The club finished third, missing out on automatic promotion, and in the two-legged play-off semi-final were beaten by Blackpool , 2—1 away and 4—3 in the home leg, the club's first defeat at home since losing to the same opposition in September The —11 season saw Forest finish in sixth place in the Championship table with 75 points,  putting them into a play-off campaign for the fourth time in the space of eight years.
Promotion was yet again to elude Forest, as they were beaten over two legs by eventual play-off final winners Swansea City.
Having drawn the first leg 0—0 at the City Ground,  they were eventually beaten 3—1 in the second leg. In June , Billy Davies had his contract terminated,   and was replaced as manager by Steve McClaren , who signed a three-year contract.
These changes included the appointment of Frank Clark as new chairman of the club and also that of Steve Cotterill , replacing the recently departed Steve McClaren.
The Al-Hasawi family, from Kuwait, purchased the club and became the new owners in July The Al-Hasawi family told press that they had a long-term vision for the club based around a 3—5-year plan, and after interviewing several potential new managers, appointed Sean O'Driscoll , formerly the manager at Doncaster Rovers and Crawley Town, as the manager on 19 July after a second round of talks with the then Crawley man.
He was known for playing an attractive brand of passing football which had taken Doncaster Rovers into the league's second tier for the first time since the s and what football fans would consider the Forest way.
After taking over at Crawley, O'Driscoll never took charge of a single competitive game. By 15 December , after the team's 0—0 draw away to Brighton, Forest sat in ninth position with 33 points, just three points off the play-off positions.
The Al-Hasawi's 3—5-year plan had turned into a push for the play-offs in their first season as the owners. On Boxing Day , manager Sean O'Driscoll was sacked following a 4—2 victory over Leeds United with the club stating their intentions of a change ahead of the January transfer window and hopes of appointing a manager with Premiership experience.
Two days after McLeish's departure, the club re-appointed Billy Davies as manager, having been sacked as the team's manager twenty months previously.
In March , the club terminated Davies's employment, following a 5—0 defeat by Derby County. After initially rejecting the job in March ,  fans favourite Stuart Pearce was named the man to replace Billy Davies, taking over from caretaker manager Gary Brazil.
He signed a two-year contract commencing on 1 July Pearce led Forest to an unbeaten start to the season but failed to keep up the form. He was sacked in February and replaced by another former Forest player, Dougie Freedman.
Another mid-table finish meant that Forest began the —16 season still in the Championship and now in their 17th season away from the Premier League.
On 13 March , Freedman was sacked, following a 3—0 defeat at home to Sheffield Wednesday. Finally, following months of speculation the former US Boulogne , Valenciennes FC , Real Sociedad , and Stade Rennais head coach Philippe Montanier was appointed on a two-year contract on 27 June , but was sacked after fewer than seven months in charge.
Mark Warburton was named as the club's new manager on 14 March Forest narrowly avoided relegation on the final day of the —17 season, where a 3—0 home victory against Ipswich ensured their safety at the expense of Blackburn.
On 18 May it was confirmed that Evangelos Marinakis had completed his takeover of Nottingham Forest,  bringing an end to Al-Hasawi's reign as Forest owner.
Incumbent manager Mark Warburton was sacked on 31 December following a 1—0 home defeat to struggling Sunderland , with a record of one win in seven.
He was replaced with Sabri Lamouchi on the same day. Nottingham Forest have worn red since the club's foundation in At the meeting in the Clinton Arms which established Nottingham Forest as a football club, the committee also passed a resolution that the team colours should be 'Garibaldi red'.
At this time, clubs identified themselves more by their headgear than their shirts and a dozen red caps with tassels were duly purchased, making Forest the first club to 'officially' wear red, a colour that has since been adopted by a significant number of others.
Forest is the reason behind Arsenal 's choice of red, having donated a full set of red kits following Arsenal's foundation in The first club crest used by Forest was the city arms of Nottingham, which was first used on kits in Forest have two stars above the club badge to commemorate the European Cup victories in and The reason being that one of the five judges was his head of department, Mr.
Payne, the Associate Head of the Graphics Department. The club has garnered many nicknames over time. Historically, the nickname of "Foresters" was used,  as was "Garibaldis".
Another, lesser-used, nickname referring to the club is the "Tricky Trees". Since the City Ground has been all-seater, a preparation that was made in time for the ground to be a venue for Euro 96 , and currently has a capacity of 30, The City Ground is yards away from Notts County's Meadow Lane stadium on the opposite side of the Trent, meaning the two grounds are the closest professional football stadia geographically in England.
In the City Ground was within the boundaries of Nottingham , which had been given city status the year before and gave rise to the name of the stadium, however a boundary change in the s means that the City Ground now stands just outside of the city's boundaries in the town of West Bridgford.
On 28 February Nottingham Forest announced plans to redevelop the City Ground and surrounding area, including the "creation of a new, world-class Peter Taylor Stand".
It is expected this will increase the capacity of the stadium to 38,, making it the largest football stadium in the East Midlands. The club are hopeful that building work can begin at the end of the season.
Whilst Notts County is the closest professional football club geographically, Forest have remained at least one division higher since the —95 season and the club's fiercest rivalry is with Derby County, located 14 miles away.
Leicester City are Forest's other East Midlands rival due to the close proximity of the two cities. Forest's other regional rival is Sheffield United , based in the neighbouring county of South Yorkshire , a rivalry which has roots in the UK miners' strike of —85 when the miners of South Yorkshire walked out on long strikes but some Nottinghamshire miners, who insisted on holding a ballot, continued to work.
The exciting Football League Championship Play-off semi-final between the two clubs, in which Sheffield United finished as 5—4 aggregate winners, also fueled the rivalry.
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